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Sharing the Harmony Database Files Using NFS on GNU/Linux

Once you have a database file structure and the Harmony database server daemon, you can access the database from the machine on which it was created. To allow other client machines on your network to access the database, you must share its folders using NFS.

If the GNU/Linux firewall is enabled, you must add rules to allow remote connections to the NFS server so as to allow other machines to connect to the NFS shares.

NOTE: This procedure will only allow GNU/Linux and macOS based clients to access the database. If you want Windows clients to be able to connect to your Harmony server, see About Supporting Windows Clients for macOS Servers