Quick and probably simple question. How do I provide a accepted path to a drive on a linux machine? Is only SMB supported? I want to monitor the space of my CentOS.

asked 30 Apr '14, 07:53

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The disk space monitor will try to find the drives on Linux machine using the UNC path but SMB must turned on. The monitor will also try to use SNMP to find the drives (in the back ground). In this case you must turn SNMP on and allow access from the network.

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answered 30 Apr '14, 11:25

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