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Network File System Command Reference

1. mapadmin

The mapadmin command-line utility administers User Name Mapping on the local or remote computer running Microsoft Services for Network File System. If you are logged on with an account that does not have administrative credentials, you can specify a user name and password of an account that does.

Syntax:

mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]]
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] {start | stop}
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] config <option[...]>
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] add -wu <WindowsUser> -uu <UNIXUser> [-setprimary]
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] add -wg <WindowsGroup> -ug <UNIXGroup> [-setprimary]
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] setprimary -wu <WindowsUser> [-uu <UNIXUser>]
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] setprimary -wg <WindowsGroup> [-ug <UNIXGroup>]
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] delete <option[...]>
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] list <option[...]>
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] backup <filename>
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] restore <filename>
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] adddomainmap -d <WindowsDomain> {-y <<NISdomain>> | -f <path>}
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] removedomainmap -d <WindowsDomain> -y <<NISdomain>>
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] removedomainmap -all
mapadmin [<computer>] [-u <user> [-p <password>]] listdomainmaps

<computer>
Specifies the remote computer running the User Name Mapping service that you want to administer. You can specify the computer using a Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) name or a Domain Name System (DNS) name, or by Internet Protocol (IP) address.
-u <user>
Specifies the user name of the user whose credentials are to be used. It might be necessary to add the domain name to the user name in the formdomain\user name.
-p <password>
Specifies the password of the user. If you specify the -u option but omit the -p option, you are prompted for the user's password.
 

2. Mount

The mount command-line utility mounts the file system identified by ShareName exported by the NFS server identified by ComputerName and associates it with the drive letter specified by DeviceName or, if an asterisk (*) is used, by the first available driver letter. Users can then access the exported file system as though it were a drive on the local computer. When used without options or arguments, mount displays information about all mounted NFS file systems.

The mount utility is available only if Client for NFS is installed.

The following options and arguments can be used with the mount utility.

Syntax :

mount [-o <Option>[...]] [-u:<UserName>] [-p:{<Password> | *}] {\\<ComputerName>\<ShareName> | <ComputerName>:/<ShareName>} {<DeviceName> | *}

Options, -o rsize=<buffersize> --> Sets the size in kilobytes of the read buffer. Acceptable values are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32; the default is 32 KB.

-o wsize=<buffersize> --> Sets the size in kilobytes of the write buffer. Acceptable values are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32; the default is 32 KB.

-o timeout=<seconds> --> Sets the time-out value in seconds for a remote procedure call (RPC). Acceptable values are 0.8, 0.9, and any integer in the range 1-60; the default is 0.8.

-o retry=<number> -->Sets the number of retries for a soft mount.Acceptable values are integers in the range 1-10; the default is 1.

-u:<UserName> --> Specifies the user name to use for mounting the share. If username is not preceded by a backslash (\), it is treated as a UNIX user name.

-p:<Password> --> The password to use for mounting the share. If you use an asterisk (*), you will be prompted for the password.

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