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Old 02-22-2015, 01:28 AM   #1
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Smile [B]RHEL & CENTOS: What is the best practice for mounting NFS/CIFS/DISKS[/B]

I am practicing mounting NFS/CIFS/ISCSI/and .ISO loops on Centos 6.4

For NFS/Cifs, I am creating root directories to mount to
(/Samba /NFS_Share)

Should I be doing this instead?:
(/mnt/Samba /mnt/NFS_Share)
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Only to avoid clutter in your top-level directory.


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