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[Discuss] nfs hard links

I don't happen to have any NFS systems handy right now to test on.

When I google around, everybody's answering the wrong question - I know you can't hard link local filesystem to a remote filesystem.  I want to know remote to remote.

mount mynfs:/someexport /home/someexport
cd /home/someexport
touch foo
ln foo bar

Can you hard link a NFS mounted file to another NFS mounted file on the same NFS system?

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