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mount NFS drive

Is there a way to load nfs kernel module in order to access a network file share?

log(os.execute('cat /proc/filesystems > /home/supported_filesystems.txt 2>&1'))
  • nodev sysfs
  • nodev rootfs
  • nodev ramfs
  • nodev bdev
  • nodev proc
  • nodev tmpfs
  • nodev configfs
  • nodev sockfs
  • nodev pipefs
  • nodev devpts
  • ext3
  • ext4
  • vfat


This is not supported, can you use FTP instead?
(21.06.2022, 13:51)admin Wrote: This is not supported, can you use FTP instead?

Yes, but I turned off FTP for now since I wanted to reduce number of failure points. All other file sharing with commercial grade security cameras on the site is with NFS, that was why I was asking. 

Are there any other ways to get files out? Currently I see following options:
  • http post
  • ftp
  • e-mail


NFS has its own issues due to different implementations. HTTP or FTP is a better solution.

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