list available NFS resources from remote systems
dfshares [-F nfs] [-o] [-h] [server . . .]
The NFS®-specific dfshares command provides information
about resources available to the host through the Network File System.
The following options are available to the dfshares command:
Specifies the File System Type. This option may be omitted if NFS is
the only filesystem type listed in the /etc/dfs/fstypes file.
Suppress the header line in the output of dfshares.
Use only udp to gather dfshares information. This
option will decrease the time it takes the command to return if a host
is down. The default is to try to get the dfshares information
over tcp first. If that fails, then udp is tried.
Any system on the network that has made resources available to your
machine. If no server is specified, then server is
assumed to be the local system. More than one server can be
specified with dfshares
dfshares prints a header line, followed by a list of lines
containing whitespace-separated fields.
For each resource, the fields are:
resource server access transport
Specifies the resource name (server:path) that must
be given to the
Specifies the system that is making the resource available.
Specifies the access permissions granted to the client systems; however,
dfshares cannot determine this information for an NFS resource
and populates the field with a hyphen (``-'').
Specifies the transport provider over which the resource is
shared; however, dfshares cannot determine this information for
an NFS resource and populates the field with a hyphen (``-'').
dfshares without arguments displays all of the NFS resources
shared on the local system.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004