[CentOS] How to mount a remote file system to another linux box

Indunil Jayasooriya indunil75 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 07:22:49 UTC 2007


On 9/19/07, Tomasz Napierała <zen at allegro.pl> wrote:
>
> On Wednesday 19 September 2007 06:34:58 Indunil Jayasooriya wrote:
> > I have a web server running CentOS 4.4 @ LAN. I can view those graphs
> via
> > this web server , if I can mount those graphs to this web server.
> >
> > my firewall has 3 nics. eth2 is 192.168.101.254 connected to the LAN. my
> > web server @ LAN is 192.168.101.35
> >
> >
> > How can I achieve this ?
> Some ideas comes to my mind:
> - export folder containing graphs via NSF on desired net interface, but
> IMHO
> it's bit over the top.


I think I expect something like exporting  folder containing graphs via NSF.


I have never used NSF. I think it may be someting easy.

below is the location of graphs (these graphs are on my firewall - ip is
192.168.101.254 ) i want to export it to webserver @ 192.168.101.35

/opt/polltc/polltc-1.05/eth1-1-tc.png
/opt/polltc/polltc-1.05/eth1-24-tc.png

can U help me for the above.



- look at running httpd only on internal interface (but that would limit
> access to the graphs to your LAN only)

    I also thoght it. Then, World can not see this.

- use rsync

> But to keep security tight I would simply schedule cron job transfering
> those
> files to web server.
>
    I thought this one as well. garphs are upated every 10 seconds. cronjob
is not so helpful.



-- 
Thank you
Indunil Jayasooriya
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