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I see following 'nfsd' command is using more CPU. Could someone please comment on it's pros and cons of it?
CPU TTY PID USERNAME PRI NI SIZE RES STATE TIME %WCPU %CPU COMMAND
5 ? 16890 root 152 20 34696K 12036K run 57166:48 856.13 854.64 nfsd
OS -- HP-UX
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we are using HP-UX B.11.31 U ia64 HP-UX server. Can you check bellow the top command output whether can point out any abnormality. Becoz i suspect something wrong there,
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1) when user login to the server the session got colosed. How will resolve?
2) While firing the command ls -l we are not able to see the any files in the director. but over all view the file system using the command df -g it is showing 91% used. what will be the problem?
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I installed NFS server and everything started out fine but I don't have /proc/fs/nfsd entry and so I can't mount nfsd. Therefore I can't start my nfs service.
Why don't I have /proc/fs/nfsd? How do I create that?
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Sorry for bothering, but maybe someone could help me please.
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