I have two linux clients that I would like to backup to the USB drive on my Netgear R8000. NFS seemed like the logical choice. The OpenWrt doc I'm following is NFS Network File System share configuration (aka Linux/Unix file sharing).
Here's what is available via opkg
root@OpenWrt:/usr/sbin# opkg list | grep nfs kmod-fs-nfs - 4.14.95-1 - Kernel module for NFS client support kmod-fs-nfs-common - 4.14.95-1 - Common NFS filesystem modules kmod-fs-nfs-common-rpcsec - 4.14.95-1 - Kernel modules for NFS Secure RPC kmod-fs-nfs-v3 - 4.14.95-1 - Kernel module for NFS v3 client support kmod-fs-nfs-v4 - 4.14.95-1 - Kernel module for NFS v4 support kmod-fs-nfsd - 4.14.95-1 - Kernel module for NFS kernel server support
Installed on my router (in addition to portmap)
root@OpenWrt:/usr/sbin# opkg list-installed | grep nfs kmod-fs-nfs - 4.14.95-1 kmod-fs-nfs-common - 4.14.95-1 kmod-fs-nfs-common-rpcsec - 4.14.95-1 kmod-fs-nfs-v4 - 4.14.95-1 kmod-fs-nfsd - 4.14.95-1
There doesn't seem to be a nfsd executable installed or available to install. Am I missing something? Was NFS support removed in the current stable release? If so, what's a good recommendation for letting my linux clients mount the NAS drive?