- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- How to configure enable_ino64 parameter?
- How to set enable_ino64?
This is a nfs module option and can be set using the following ways.
- Using grub parameter nfs.enable_ino64
- Using modprobe.conf
- On RHEL 5 the /etc/modprobe.conf file can be used. - On RHEL 6 and later, you can also use a file with the module name at /etc/modprobe.d/<modulename.conf>
Following is a sample configuration.
# echo "options nfs enable_ino64=0" > /etc/modprobe.d/nfs.conf
- To check if the module parameter has been applied successfully.
# cat /sys/modules/nfs/parameters/enable_ino64
- When nfs is mounted and its modules are loaded, the setting becomes effective. It is recommended to apply the settings before nfs gets mounted.
- If nfs is already mounted you need to unmount and ensure the modules are reloaded to make this effective.
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