When systems need to share access to the same data set, they commonly use databases when the data is structured or a file server share when the data is unstructured. One of the most popular file-sharing capabilities in Linux is the use of the Network File System (NFS) service.
However, by default, NFS is not capable of handling extended attributes (needed for keeping track of the SELinux contexts). A number of possible implementations can be followed to enable NFS support on SELinux systems without great difficulty.
Start with the basic NFS setup to host the content. For instance, we might want to host the content under the
/export location, with two subdirectories:
instance2. These subdirectories ...