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Old 03-02-2011, 07:20 AM   #1
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How to see the currently accessing user for an nfs share


I am using Redhat EL5 ,i am having NFS server installed in my server and around 100 clients are accessing the NFS shares, i want to know the remote users with host ip and username who is currently accessing my NFS Share.

and is it possible to restrict a specific share to a particular host in NFS..? if yes how..?

Please help me .....

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Look at the manpage for the "exports" file. You can have an entry where a single host is allowed to mount the nfs share.



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