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How do I track down a misbehaving UNIX or Linux NFS client in 7-mode?

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  • Data ONTAP operating in 7-Mode


A misbehaving UNIX or Linux NFS client can cause decreased performance for other UNIX or Linux NFS clients. Tracking down the misbehaving client allows you to stop the bully workload, returning performance for all other UNIX or Linux NFS clients.


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