check status of the NFS daemons
/usr/sbin/nfsping -o name
The nfsping command allows any user to check the status of the
NFS® daemons, and to see if they are running.
The following options are available to the nfsping command:
Only one option may be used at a time.
Check that all NFS daemons (nfsd, biod,
rpcbind, mountd, lockd, statd,
bootparamd, and pcnfsd) are running.
Check that the nfsd, rpcbind, mountd,
lockd, and statd NFS daemons are running.
Check that the biod, rpcbind, lockd, and
statd NFS daemons are running.
Check that the NFS daemon specified by name is running.
The following values are returned by the nfsping command:
All NFS daemons are running
No NFS daemons are running
Only the rpcbind daemon is running
System is running in bootserver mode
System is running in pc server mode
System is only running in server mode
System is only running in client mode
System is running in bootserver and client mode
System is running in client and pc server mode
System is running in server and client mode
The rpcbind daemon is not running
Usage message printed
More than one option has been specified
Could not get network configuration for udp
The status daemon (statd) is not running
Invalid daemon name specified with -o
Could not get network configuration for tcp
The nfsping -a command reports the following:
nfsd is running
biod is running
rpcbind is running
mountd is running
lockd is running
statd is running
bootparamd is running
pcnfsd is running
The nfsping -o statd command produces the following output:
nfsping: statd is running
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004