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Old 10-18-2004, 06:03 AM   #1
salmjuh
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Need more space to a mount point


Hi gurus



So I need more space to a existing mount point. My idea is to buy one front server which use NAS computers as a file storage. First I have only one NAS and I mounted it as /home to front server. But after running out a space I bought new NAS which I need to mount to same point WITH the first NAS without loosing any existing data.


Is't possible to modified mount point to use TWO (or more) nas server as one nas server ?


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