remotely mounted filesystem table
The /etc/rmtab file
contains a record of all clients that
have done remote mounts of filesystems from this machine.
Whenever a remote mount is done, an entry is made
in the rmtab file of the machine serving that
filesystem. The corresponding umount on the
remote client will remove the entry.
The table is a series of lines of the form shown in the ``Format''
section. This table is used only to preserve information
between crashes and is read only by
when it starts up. mountd maintains an in-core
table to handle requests from programs like
Although the rmtab is generally correct,
it is not always completely accurate.
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 02 June 2005