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We have a mount like /TEST_MOUNT .  How to find which server /TEST_MOUNT resides?  Thanks.
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# cd /TEST_MOUNT
# df -k .
This will show the full path with the NFS server's name
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One more question, how to map the mount to my window driver?  Let's say the server is test_server and mount is test_mount.  Thanks.
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What do you mean?
Do have an NFS server on your windows server or what?

We are talking Unix here, right?
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