- ONTAP 9
- Data ONTAP 8
- Data ONTAP 7-Mode
- NFS version 3
- A single Network File System operation (NFS op) is the combination of a NFS request from a client, and a NFS reply to the request from a server.
- In many cases, a single NFS call will generate several NFS operations.
If an NFS client were to lookup a directory named /home/netapp , two NFS ops may be generated to determine if the /home/netapp directory already exists:
- NFS client performs a lookup of /home ; then the NFS server responds with the results.
- NFS client performs a lookup of /home/netapp ; then the NFS server responds with the results.
- The list of NFS ops available to the client, and the number of calls per op can be viewed with the following command:
Getattr Setattr Lookup Readlink Read Write
515 10 62 0 110 107
Create Remove Rename Link Symlink Mkdir
20 9 0 0 0 4
Rmdir Readdir RdirPlus Access Mknod Fsstat
0 55 24 17 0 77
Fsinfo PathConf Commit
88 5 24
- Refer to your own nfsstat manual page for additional information.
- For more information, see the NFS Version 3 Protocol Specification