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

NAME
     nfsrevoke — revoke NFS V4 client

SYNOPSIS
     nfsrevoke ClientId

DESCRIPTION
     nfsrevoke This command is used by a system administrator to revoke a
     client's access to the NFS Version 4 server. All Open/Lock state held by
     the client will be released.  After revocation, the client will no longer
     be able to use state on the server until it does a fresh SetClientID/Set‐
     ClientIDConfirm operations sequence.  THIS SHOULD BE DONE AS A LAST
     RESORT ONLY, when clients are holding state that must be released on the
     server.

     The ClientId argument is a hexadecimal string, which is the last field of
     the nfsdumpstate(8) command's -o and -l options output.

SEE ALSO
     nfsv4(4), nfsdumpstate(8)

HISTORY
     The nfsrevoke command was introduced as a part of the experimental nfs
     server subsystem.

BSD				April 25, 2009				   BSD
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