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Old 05-28-2012, 12:32 AM   #1
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How to check the user accesssing nfs share

Hi everyone ,
i had installed nfs server in ubuntu 10.04 version Lucid.But how can i check the name of the user who are accessing the nfs share in client in nfs server

i had mounted the nfs share in client machine using mount command

I Checked out the above link for configuration they had used autofs for mount .Can anyone help me wat the main differeNce between mount and autofs.Im familiar with mount ,Can anyone help me wat the main advantage of using autofs in nfs share


mount -t nfs serveripaddress:/homeiredadmin /mnt/nfs

root@client:~# showmount -e
Export list for
/home *

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