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We are running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 on one of our servers. The server is also running the nfs v3 client to mount a filesystem that is exported from an Oracle SunOS server. This latter system utilizes the nfs v4 daemon.
The entry in the /etc/fstab file of the Red Hat server that mounts the exported filesystem is the following:
:/ /oraclearchive nfs sec=sys suid,dev,exec 0 0
This configuration allows read access. I would like to change the configuration to read/write access. I believe the correct syntax to use is the following:
:/ /oraclearchive nfs sec=sys suid,dev,exec,rw 0 0
My questions are the following:
- Is my proposed syntax correct?
- Can I make the change in question, run the umount command on the mount in question, and then run mount -a aftewards?