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Tue Nov 10 18:09:46 UTC 2009
On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 11:15 AM, Chris F.A. Johnson
<chris-E7bvbYbpR6jSUeElwK9/Pw at public.gmane.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Nov 2009, Matthew Godycki wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I have a situation at work that is ideally solved by use of NFS (need for
>> a single logical file system underpinning a variety of servers and application
>> server clusters). Since I'm looking for an infrastructure solution, NFS seems
>> like the perfect fit.
>> However, as I understand it, over the years there have been various
>> concerns about security and vulnerabilities associated with NFS.
>> Are there any alternatives to NFS out there that provide the same type of
>> service, but, without the security concerns? I'm working with our network
>> and system admin folks but want to make sure I do some of my own
>> digging around as well, to be more educated in my chats with them ;)
> I use sshfs.
Ditto on SSHFS, it tends to be a little more friendly and a lot more
secure than NFS, though I haven't tested it for massive deployment.
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