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Building a Network File Server from The Ground Up

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Computer and Systems Architecture | Data Storage Systems | Digital Communications and Networking

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Data is useless unless you have a means of storing and accessing that data. Network Attached Storage (NAS) utilizing Network File System (NFS) is one of the main ways of storing data on a server and having it accessible from other servers and computers. In the process of building the system, the administrator needs to setup the server to work in tandem with other servers on the network. This is our experience in setting up a network file server on the Computer Science network at Northwest Nazarene University.

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Building a Network File Server from The Ground Up

Data is useless unless you have a means of storing and accessing that data. Network Attached Storage (NAS) utilizing Network File System (NFS) is one of the main ways of storing data on a server and having it accessible from other servers and computers. In the process of building the system, the administrator needs to setup the server to work in tandem with other servers on the network. This is our experience in setting up a network file server on the Computer Science network at Northwest Nazarene University.