Mount remote Linux hard drive

Hi Everybody!

I've installed a new Debian 6 to be used as Backup Server.
I would like to mount other linux folders into this server, in this way I can check others servers disk space, copy files and other functions.

The other O.S. are Debians too.

Anyone can help me with this issue?

Thanks


Bruno Hiriart
multilineccAsked:
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jebradlConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I use sshfs to securely mount remote drives/directories to my computer.

On Ubuntu, it's the sshfs package and a few dependencies.
You mount the drive by:
sshfs USER@ADDRESS:DIRECTORY2ADD MOUNTPOINT

The drive/directory is unmounted by:
fusermount -u MOUNTPOINT
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zunder1990Commented:
Read the man pages/google for nfs, crontab and rsync.
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multilineccAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
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