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nfsstat(8)							   nfsstat(8)



NAME

  nfsstat - Network File System	statistics

SYNOPSIS

  /usr/bin/nfsstat [-i interval] [-23cnsrz] [system]

OPTIONS

  -i interval
      Displays summary information at the specified interval.

  -c  Displays client NFS and RPC information, unless otherwise	specified by
      either the -n or -r option.

  -s  Displays server NFS and RPC information, unless otherwise	specified by
      either the -n or -r option.

  -n  Displays NFS client and server information, unless otherwise specified
      by either	the -c or -s option.

  -r  Displays RPC information for the client and server side, unless other-
      wise specified by	either the -c or -s option.

  -2  Specifies	NFS version 2 statistics when specified	with the -n option.
      If neither the -2	nor -3 option is specified, version 2 and version 3
      statistics are displayed.

  -3  Specifies	NFS version 3 statistics when specified	with the -n option.
      If neither the -2	nor -3 option is specified, version 2 and version 3
      statistics are displayed.

  -z  Reinitializes statistics.	Used to	set NFS	client/server or RPC
      client/server statistics to zero.	You must be logged in as superuser to
      use this command.

DESCRIPTION

  The nfsstat command displays statistical information about the Network File
  System (NFS) and Remote Procedure Call (RPC) interfaces in the kernel	(by
  reading /dev/kmem).  It can also be used to reinitialize this	information.
  If no	options	are given, nfsstat displays both server	RPC and	NFS version 2
  and version 3	information, and client	RPC and	NFS version 2 and version 3
  information.

  The system argument specifies	the file containing the	system's name list.
  Otherwise, /vmunix is	used.






FILES

  /dev/kmem
      Specifies	the kernel memory.