RHCSA Series: Using ACLs (Access Control Lists) and Mounting Samba / NFS Shares – Part 7

In the last article (RHCSA series Part 6) we started explaining how to set up and configure local system storage using parted and ssm. We also discussed how to create and mount encrypted volumes with a password during system boot. In addition, we warned you to avoid performing critical storage management operations on mounted filesystems. With that in mind we will now review the most used file system formats in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and then proceed to cover the topics of mounting, using, and unmounting both manually and automatically network filesystems (CIFS and NFS), along with the implementation of access control lists for your system.