This should be simple storage allocation

I have a user that needs a 50GB storage chunk allocated to him ... that chunk needs to be mounted and acessable via nfs

A step by step would be very helpful
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cjl7freelance for hireCommented:
1. get a NFS box that has +50GB to spare (with quota support to limit it to 50 GB if you are not using a 50GB filesystem)
2. export the thing in NFS (depending on your NFS box...)
3. mount the filesystem in the target box (mount -t nfs <target_box:/target_share /local_directory)


Be more specific if you want better answers.

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Jonas
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