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Hi All
I want to know what is NFS? is it net work file system?
When I went through DB2 Installation manual for Linux, it say that
"Currently, installation of DB2 products on NFS is not supported"
So the How can i found my Linux machine is NFS or NOT ?
Pls Help Me
Thanks in advance
vasan
 
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NFS is The Network File System and if you haven't set it up, you're not going to have a problem.

That said, I think RedHat starts an NFS server (which I promptly disable) by default. But what IBM means is that if you publish a mountpoint from machine A and NFS mount it on Machine B, DB2 can't use machine B's mountpoint.

Since you haven't published anything, it's not a problem.
 
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