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Old 03-01-2004, 10:17 AM   #1
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Trapping NFS requests

I'm working on a linux project which is related to server mirroring. I have set up a LAN which has a primary server & its replica server.

I'm using network file system (nfs). The requests from nfs clients will be sent to both primary server & its replica.

According to my knowledge, I will have to trap the nfs requests from the client & then forward them to both primary server & its replica.

Does anyone know how to trap nfs requests & forward them to the servers?

I tried to do same using xinetd, but it was not able to listen to the requests from client. Can anyone guide me in this direction?


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