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NFS-LS(1) nfs-ls: list servers, exports NFS-LS(1)

nfs-ls - Utility to list NFS servers, exports and directories

nfs-ls [ OPTIONS ] <NFS-URL>
nfs-ls [-R --recursive] [-s --summary] [-D --discovery] [-? --help] [--usage]

nfs-ls is a utility to list NFS servers, exports or directories.
Example: List the content of a directory on the NFS server
$ nfs-ls nfs://127.0.0.1/data/tmp
-rwxrwxr-x  1  1000  1000      1190802 a.out
-rwxr-xr-x  1  1000  1000           13 foo123.copy
-rwxrwxrwx  1  1000  1000            8 foo123.writtenx
      

-s --summary
Print a summary line at the end of output.
-R --recursive
Recursive listing of the specified URL.
-D --discovery;
This option is used to discover local NFS servers and to list the exports for specific servers.
When used with the 'nfs://' URL the command will try to detect all local NFS servers and will list their IPs.
When used with a 'nfs://server' the command will list all the exports on the specified server.
Example: Discover and list all local NFS servers
$ nfs-ls -D nfs://
nfs://10.10.10.10
nfs://10.0.0.10
	    
Example: List the exports for a server
$ nfs-ls -D nfs://10.10.10.10
nfs://10.10.10.10/foo
nfs://10.10.10.10/bar
	    
-? --help
Display basic help text.
--usage
Display basic usage text.

http://github.com/sahlberg/libnfs
05/24/2015 nfs-ls

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