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After nfs-utils-rdma-server is installed, configured, and running on the
mount -t nfs4 -o rdma,port=<server port>,vers=4.0
<ip address or name>:/<share name> /<mount point>
Use the value in the server's /etc/nfs-utils-rdma-server.conf
ip address or name:
Using an ip address is recommended, since you likely have two routes to
the server, this forces it to use the RDMA-capable interface.
NOTE: The ip address is used for basic communication. The actual file
data transfers happen using RDMA.
The full path of the directory shared on the server. i.e. /home/user
The local mount point you want to use
NOTE: If you omit "vers=4.0", it will default to using v4.2. v4.1 and
v4.2 do not yet support RDMA, and you will experience undefined
behavior - likely the mount will look complete, but when you use
it (even cd or ls), the command will hang.