SUMMARY: Show all NFS Mounts
- From: "Truhn, Chad" <Chad.Truhn@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 3 May 2006 14:50:16 -0400
Thanks to all who replied so quickly. I had the correct answers before
I even got the Out of Office replies!!
The command I was looking for was 'showmount -a'
Thanks a lot. You just saved me hours!
From: Truhn, Chad
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 2:41 PM
Subject: Show all NFS Mounts
I have to perform maintenance on a system tonight and I want to know who
has made NFS mounts off of my system (so that I can umount them) before
I take it down. I am running Solaris 8.
I am taking down server1 which shares out directory /a and directory /b.
I want to know if workstation1 has /a or /b mounted without logging into
every system and running a df.
I am NOT looking for what server1 has mounted (df -k), or what server1
can share (exportfs). I want to know what systems currently have
mounted directories FROM server1.
I know I have done this before, but I cannot remember the command.
TIA. Will summarize.
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