How do I list NFS shares?
- Use showmount to show NFS shares.
- Use exportfs to show NFS shares.
- Use master export file /var/lib/nfs/etab to show NFS shares.
- Use mount to list NFS mount points.
- Use nfsstat to list NFS mount points.
- Use /proc/mounts to list NFS mount points.
How do I check NFS shares? NFS clients can use the showmount -e command to see a list of exports available from an ONTAP NFS server. This can help users identify the file system they want to mount. Beginning with ONTAP 9.4, ONTAP allows NFS clients to view the export list by default.
How do you check the NFS mount in Linux? Use the showmount command to display the remote NFS server mount information. If you omit the options, the default option displays hostnames of all remote mounts from the hostname NFS server. If you omit the hostname parameter, then the local hostname is used.
Where are the shares of NFS configured? Shared directories are typically created on a file server, running the NFS server component. Users add files to them, which are then shared with other users who have access to the folder. An NFS file share is mounted on a client machine, making it available just like folders the user created locally.