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mountd(8nfs)							  mountd(8nfs)

Name
       mountd - NFS mount request daemon

Syntax
       /etc/mountd [-i] [-d] [-s]

Description
       The  daemon  must  be  run on NFS servers to process NFS mount protocol
       requests.  It reads the file to determine which file systems and direc‐
       tories are available to which machines and users, and makes this infor‐
       mation available to the operating system.  The machine names listed  in
       the  file  may optionally contain the local BIND domain name.  For more
       information on BIND, see the Guide to the BIND/Hesiod  Service  To  see
       which  clients  have  file systems or directories mounted, use the com‐
       mand.

Options
       -d If you are running  the  BIND/Hesiod	service,  after	 checking  the
	  Internet  address,  will  verify that the host requesting a mount or
	  unmount is in the server's domain.

       -i Turns on verification of the Internet address of the client  against
	  the  server's	 database  for mounts and unmounts.  The default is no
	  address verification.

       -s If you are running  the  BIND/Hesiod	service,  after	 checking  the
	  Internet  address,  will  verify that the host requesting a mount or
	  unmount is in the server's subdomain.

See Also
       exports(5nfs), mount(8nfs), nfsd(8nfs), showmount(8nfs)
       Guide to the BIND/Hesiod Service

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