[arch-general] how many virtual machines
ma1l1ists at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Apr 4 18:37:51 EDT 2012
On Wed, 4 Apr 2012 17:17:08 -0500
Nicholas MIller wrote:
> > OpenBSD is my favourite option for servers but not for nfsv4. Do you
> > need file locking or can you use something like sftp (ssh file
> > transfer)?
> why don't you like OpenBSD for nfs?
OpenBSD only supports nfsv3. I don't think nfs is highly regarded
security wise so that hasn't helped it to get a great deal of attention.
> and I am fairly sure nfs is better
> suited for most of my needs right now since the system has much more
> storage than my laptop which helps as an always mountable extra space
If you want multi-users and file locking etc.. then cool otherwise I'd
personally definately use sftp/ssh. Check out sshfs.
Then you can use a public key, with top class security and no password.
Chroot and multi-level priviledge seperation takes a second too
(about 3 short config lines). It's also super slick.
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