What shares are mounted on client ?

Herb Lewis herb at chomps.engr.sgi.com
Wed Mar 25 15:33:15 GMT 1998

W.J. McEachran wrote:
> Is there anyway to ascertain what shares a client actually has mounted at a
> given time?
> I've got a number of WFW boxes connecting shared drives on my SCO-OSE3 box
> using SAMBA 1.9.16p5 (upgrading to latest version RSN).
> I've got some shell scripts on the Unix box which use escape sequences sent to
> the client telnet to start programs on the client side. Some of these programs
> assume that some shares from the SCO box will be mounted on the WFW machine.
> Is there anyway I can know, on the Unix side, what shares a WFW client has
> connected?
> Also, how can I ensure that the WFW clients actually do mount the shares I'd
> like them to have mounted at startup?
> --
> Bill McEachran                    billjr at penny.com

You can use smbstatus which will give you a list of services used
use by each machine.

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