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    Updated to DSM 7 and I cannot access my nfs mounts except as root

    Hi, I just updated to DSM 7 (DS216j) and all of my nfs mounts are now no longer accessible to regular users. They still get mounted (accessing from a CentOS 7 box), and I CAN access them if I su to root. I have gone to File Services and made sure that Enable NFS service is on, and the maximum...
  2. Shoop

    need help with NFS mount on Debian10 VM hosting docker containers

    Hello all, After having issues with Docker NginxPM not able to get the real client IP and wanting to use something more "standard" than MacVLAN, I decided to pull the trigger and create a Debian10 VM on my Synology to host a few containers such as AdGuardHome, NginxPM and have their config files...
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    sharing folder using NFS for one linux user only

    Hi everyone, on my linux machine (Mageia) I would like one user (let's say, user1) to be able to access one directory on the NAS (DS220j). This directory should be mountable by user1. Do I need to define a user named user1 on the NAS (in DSM) ? Or shall I create another user (e.g. user1_NAS)...
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    sharing folder using NFS for one linux user only

    Hi everyone, on my linux machine (Mageia) I would like one user (let's say, user1) to be able to access one directory on the NAS (DS220j). This directory should be mountable by user1. Do I need to define a user named user1 on the NAS (in DSM) ? Or shall I create another user (e.g. user1_NAS)...
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    NFS shared folder with linux extremely slow

    Hey everyone, i just set up a NFS shared folder on my ds218+ (2x8tb ironwolf, RAID 1) to use with my ubuntu 20 workstation. I can read and write files in the mounted folder. Unfortunately i cannot exceed 7mb/s when writing data to the NAS. My worktation has a SSD. I checked the following...
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    Question SMB 20x slower than NFS

    Hey Folks, Been directed here (as "some true experts on the topic are on synoforum.com") from Synology Community. Long story short: I bought myself a first NAS - DS220j - that I plan to use at home. As I am Linux user I was first looking at NFS mounts but because: - setting up kerberos is...
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    Some NFS shares work, some don't...

    I am a newbie to Synology and have a DS418. I am running Linux Mint 20 on the desktop computer. Problem is: some of the folders on the DS418 HDD's are wrtitable and I can paste and copy and delete files from LM file manager. But some of those options in some folders are just grayed out on the...
  8. jeyare

    Is it possible to use NFS as the transfer protocol for Hyper Backup from NAS #1 to NAS #2?

    I received this question over last weekend, when I was out of my digital kingdom :) Here is a similar, but not same tested case for SynoDrive Team folder source based on mounted NFS Share from remote NAS. Works! Back to this thread question Testing scenario environment: NAS#1 - data source...
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    NFS failover with shared folder sync/replication?

    Hi There! I have a couple of Synology NAS currently and I wondered whether there was a way to sync NAS1 shared folder A to NAS2 shared folder A such that, if NAS1 goes down, NFS (and potentially CIFS, etc) connections from clients would automatically failover to NAS2? I'm aware of Synology...
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