System Administration Guide: Network Services

NFS Server Logging

In the Solaris 8 release, NFS server logging enables an NFS server to provide a record of file operations that have been performed on its file systems. The record includes information about which file was accessed, when the file was accessed, and who accessed the file. You can specify the location of the logs that contain this information through a set of configuration options. You can also use these options to select the operations that should be logged. This feature is particularly useful for sites that make anonymous FTP archives available to NFS and WebNFS clients. See How to Enable NFS Server Logging for more information.

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NFS version 4 does not support server logging.