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Old 09-17-2013, 02:48 PM   #1
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nfs share cannot using load balanced servers


Hi Team,

We have NFS physical server and we have most of Linux application server(tomcat). we have try to share application data and application server log through nfs for corresponding server. But that sharing is working where we have single server.is not working load balanced (A single application using more than one app servers).

It has been working for a single server when we will enable the option nolock in fstab ,and that nolock option will hold the share with in that server only,is not sharing to other load balanced server. could you please some give idea/solution to resolve this issue ?

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