If you are working with shared storage technology. Perhaps this feature also will be useful which allow you to map NFS into your either workstation/server.

NFS Server [Use below command to make your own NFS server]

# rpm -qa | grep nfs-utils
# yum install nfs-utils rpcbind

Enable permanent start at boot:

#  systemctl enable nfs-server
#  systemctl enable rpcbind
#  systemctl enable nfs-lock
#  systemctl enable nfs-idmap

Start NFS service

#  systemctl start rpcbind
#  systemctl start nfs-server
#  systemctl start nfs-lock
#  systemctl start nfs-idmap

Check service status

# systemctl status nfs

Allowing the Firewall

# firewall-cmd --add-service=nfs --zone=internal --permanent
# firewall-cmd --add-service=mountd --zone=internal --permanent
# firewall-cmd --add-service=rpc-bind --zone=internal --permanent

Create a shared directory

# mkdir /share
# vi /etc/exports
/share *(rw)
# exportfs -r

Auto-mount NFS client

Nowadays, in order to auto-mount NFS/shared directory you can just simply follow below command. An example shared folder located in 192.168.201.5:/share