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How to mount/unmount

NFS support files / tools should be installed (package nfs-commonon debian, nfs-utils on centos/fedora). A local directory should be created on system /local_path.

Accessing ENS filesystem is possible after having mounted it using one of the following commands:

sudo mount -t nfs4 -o nfsvers=4.1 ens.onda-dias.eu://local_path

to access products in the custom ENS format, or:

sudo mount -t nfs4 -o nfsvers=4.1 ens-legacy.onda-dias.eu://local_path

to access products in the original product format

where:

  1. -t nfs4: the mount type is NFS version 4
  2. /local_path: the local mount directory path

All data are then available under /local_path.

The end user can execute all basic commands supported by a classic filesystem on/local_path, as ls, cp, cat.

To unmount the ENS filesystem, type the following command:

sudo umount /local_path