Dale J. Chatham dale at
Mon Jun 14 16:35:39 UTC 2010

Ah, I see...

That is going to be a problem.

One (unsatisfying) way would be to set up shared key ssh, then loop 
through all hosts running lsof on each host.

Not sure what problem you're trying to solve, ...

On 06/14/2010 11:25 AM, Ray Pittigher wrote:
> Yes that works on the client side but what about seeing what clients 
> are doing from the server side?
> On 06/14/2010 10:32 AM, Dale J. Chatham wrote:
>> lsof | grep<NFS server>  works for me.
>> On 06/14/2010 08:24 AM, Ray Pittigher wrote:
>>> When running a NFS server on Fedora how can I see what files are in use
>>> by others over the NFS mount?
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