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NFSDUMPSTATE(8)		  BSD System Manager's Manual	       NFSDUMPSTATE(8)

     nfsdumpstate — display NFSv4 open/lock state

     nfsdumpstate [-o] [-l filename]

     nfsdumpstate displays open/lock state for the NFSv4 client and server in
     the experimental nfs subsystem.

     The options are as follows:

     -o	     Displays a summary of Clients for NFSv4. Each line lists a Client
	     with the ClientID being the last field of the line.

	     The following are the client flag values displayed:
	     NC - Needs Confirmation
	     CB - Callbacks are enabled
	     GSS - Using RPCSEC_GSS
	     REV - Administratively Revoked, via nfsrevoke(8)

     -l filename
	     Displays a list of all NFSv4 Opens and Locks on the file speci‐
	     fied by the filename.  The ClientID is the last field of each

     nfsv4(4), nfsrevoke(8)

     The nfsdumpstate utility was introduced with the NFSv4 experimental sub‐
     system in 2009.

BSD				April 25, 2009				   BSD

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