NFS on Debian

I just noticed this recently. Unlike in CentOS, Debian mountd ports are dynamic and they will keep changing every reboot. Therefore, if the host firewall is enabled, the allowed ports may require constant modification due to mountd ports are not hardcoded. To install NFS on Debian You can find the mountd ports via the following …

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Clevis and Tang – Network-bound disk encryption

To make the management of the LUKS encrypted disk(s), I think Clevis/Tang method is the easiest way. Clevis/Tang can decrypt and mount the disk(s) at boot. This is great for NAS servers that have multiple disks. Here is a link to a great presentation from DebConf explaining and demo-ing the Clevis and Tang. Figure 1 …

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