load distributed filesystem security database
The lidload command updates the NFS® internal
representation of the lid_and_priv database from the current
information in the corresponding file /etc/dfs/lid_and_priv
and copies that information to the kernel.
lidload should be run every time lid_and_priv is
edited. Changes to the database do not take effect until lidload
has been run.
On running the lidload command, changes to lid_and_priv
immediately affect all mounted and unmounted resources. Mounted resources
do not need to be unmounted in order for lidload to take effect.
NFS open files are affected immediately by changes to
lid_and_priv once lidload is executed.
Only a privileged user can execute this command.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004