/usr/lib/nfs/nfsd [-a] [-p protocol] [-t transport]
The nfsd command starts the daemons that handle client filesystem
The nfsd command takes the following options:
Start nfsd's over all available transports.
Start nfsd's over the specified protocol.
Start nfsd's for the transport specified by transport.
Client machine pointer to an open-but-unlinked file (in the same directory
as the original file).
The nfsd daemons are automatically invoked in run level 3.
One nfsd daemon exists for each networking protocol. Each daemon
uses kernel threads to service the NFS® requests coming from an NFS
client over the transport on which it has been invoked. The kernel threads
are created and deleted dynamically, depending on the rate of incoming
requests. The maximum and minimum number of threads are controlled by
the kernel tunables NFSD_MAX and NFSD_MIN, respectively.
Only a privileged user can execute this command.
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 - 01 June 2005