display mounted NFS resource information
dfmounts [-F nfs] [-h] [server ...]
The NFS®-specific dfmounts command shows the local resources
currently mounted by clients through Network File System (NFS), along
with a list of clients that have mounted the resource.
dfmounts may not indicate the correct state if you mount a
single resource on more than one directory.
The following options are available to the dfmounts command:
Specifies the File System Type (fstype). This option may be
omitted if NFS is the only filesystem type listed in the file
Suppress the header line in the output of dfmounts.
Any system on the network that has made resources available to your
machine. If server is specified, it shows the resources
available from that machine, along with the current clients using each
If no server is specified, then server is assumed
to be the local system. The resources on the local system that are
currently mounted by other clients, along with a list of those clients,
The output from dfmounts prints the header, followed by a list
of lines containing whitespace-separated fields. For each resource, the
resource server path clients
This field has no meaning for NFS, and is filled with a hyphen ``-''.
Specifies the machine from which the resource was mounted.
Specifies the path of the shared resource.
A comma-separated list of systems that currently have the resource mounted.
dfmounts without options displays any remote systems that have
mounted resources that you have made available.
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