NFS stands for Network File System. It's a distributed file system protocol that allows remote systems to access files and directories over a network as if they were local. NFS enables file sharing and access between different systems in a network environment, allowing users and applications on one computer to access files stored on another computer as if they were stored locally.

NFS operates based on a client-server model, where a server hosts the files and directories, and clients, such as Postgres and Kubernetes, can mount these resources to access and work with them as if they were local files. It simplifies the sharing of files and data between computers and is commonly used in environments where multiple systems need access to shared files or data, such as in UNIX or Linux-based networks.

Kubernetes NFS
How to use NFS Kubernetes Persistent Volumes for the storage of data. Postgres is used as an example.
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How to create a Kubernetes persistent volume for Postgres long term storage of data using a NFS Volume
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