Set up NFS shares that will serve as storage domains on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux server.
Add firewall rule are to rhel server
firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service nfs firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service mountd firewall-cmd --reload
Create and add group
kvm; set the ownership of your exported directories to 36:36, which gives vdsm:kvm ownership; change the mode of the directories so that read and write access is granted to the owner
groupadd kvm -g 36 useradd vdsm -u 36 -g 36 mkdir -pv /home/rhv-data-vol chown -R 36:36 /home/rhv-data-vol chmod 0755 /home/rhv-data-vol
Add newly created directory to
/etc/exports file which controls file systems are exported to remote hosts and specifies options.
echo "/home/rhv-data-vol 192.168.10.1(rw,sync)" >> /etc/exports exportfs -av
Start, enable NFS server; check list of export server using
systemctl start nfs systemctl enable nfs systemctl status nfs showmount -e