Originally Posted by Tinkster
Hi, welcome to LQ!
And if you don't have access to the NFS server you can't. On
the NFS server you could either use inotify tools to just watch
what and when; or you could enable kernel auditing to also see
who & what process.
Cheers Tink and thank you.
That was my fear because in this scenario there is no true NFS server. The storage system is about storage and redundancy not file access monitoring - it leaves that to the hosts. Oh, it has its /etc/exports and you can mount them but if Red Hat (or other) won't keep track of file access - even though it's the client, than you'd best trust your file handling!