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nfsstat, what does getattr and

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when typing nfsstat on a linux machine that is connected to a NAS, what exactly do the two
values under
"getattr" and "access"

represent in the Client nfs v3 output
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getattr: Number of attribute requests
access: Number of requests
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are the attribute requests analogous to doing an lsattr on a file?
or are they attributes like file size, last mod date, etc..
reason i ask is i didn't think lsattr even applies for NFS.
when i try to do an lsattr on file on the nas i get:
"lsattr: Inappropriate ioctl for device While reading flags on spa.log"

so which exact "attributes" are being looked at on these
NFS mounted files?

thnx for the help!
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AFAIK it's lstat()
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cool, thnx.
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