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I was wondering if this is possible. I have a linux machine that connects to two different networks. Is it possible that if I mount a remote NFS share to my dual network computer and then export it out so that machines from the other network can use it?
From what I can tell, you cannot nfs share out a directory that is being used as a mount point for another nfs system. When I umount the nfs share from box_1 to box_2 I am then able to nfs connect from box_3 to box_2.
I found out that the reason that it won't work is because of file locking and other services that are looking out to make sure that no one file is being used in two different spots. I ended up using software from ADIC called Stornext to mount a SAN partition and then I exported that. It's very expensive but since we have a license for it I got lucky.