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statd(1M)							     statd(1M)

       statd, rpc.statd - network status monitor

       is  an RPC server.  It interacts with to provide the crash and recovery
       functions for the locking services on NFS (see lockd(1M)).

       keeps track of the clients with processes which hold locks on a server.
       When  the  server reboots after a crash, sends a message to the on each
       client indicating that the server has rebooted.	The  client  processes
       then  informs  the  on  the  client  that the server has rebooted.  The
       client then attempts to reclaim the lock(s) from the server.

       on the client host also informs the on the server(s) holding locks  for
       the  client  when  the  client  has rebooted.  In this case, the on the
       server informs its that all locks held by the rebooting	client	should
       be released, allowing other processes to lock those files.

       recognizes the following options and command-line arguments:

       This is an obsolete option. All messages and errors are logged to

       The crash of a server is only detected upon its recovery.

       lists hosts and network addresses to be contacted after a reboot

       lists  hosts  and  network  addresses that could not be contacted after
       last reboot

       includes a number which changes during a reboot

       was developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

       lockd(1M), fcntl(2), lockf(2), signal(2), sm(4).


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