On Thu, 24 Mar 2005, Conor Wynne wrote:
> Spoke too soon, man lslk :-->
>> The lock may belong to a process on the local system or to
> a process on an NFS client system to which the local sys=AD
> tem is an NFS server. Notes: Linux and PTX 2.1.9 lslk
> don't report on locks held by NFS clients; Solaris lslk
> won't report locks held on local Veritas VxFS files.
Yes, that's why i mentioned poking around in the rpc.statd sources.. =
or ask on the linux-nfs list. It might record the locks somewhere.
> So no good for NFS locks on Linux.
You can lslk on the clients though.
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