How to set up NFS server and client on CentOS 7

NFS is a distributed file system protocol built on top of Sun’s RPC (remote procedure call). NFS is popularly used to share directories and files in LAN network environments, and is also adopted in many Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems and cloud storage backends. In a typical NFS deployment, an NFS server exports part of its local file system as NFS shares, and one or more remote NFS clients mount and access exported shares within their own file system.

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