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SubjectRe: nfsservctl documentation?
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Well you have the best documentation of all: the code itself. I did not
find anything else other than the man page when trying to undestand it but
the code was easy to follow.

Juan



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is there any real documentation on this syscall anywhere? i.e. if one
wanted to write a daemon that dynamically dealt with nfs exports
(creating/removing/changing) this syscall would seem very appropriate
(at least as I understand), but I can't find any documentation besides
the skimpy man page on how to use it.

am I not supposed to use it? :)

thanks,

shaya

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