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1. How to ensure NFS not in use? And configuration files?
2. How to enable NFS? What is the command?
3. Is /etc/exports the only export directory?
4. How to know the current access options of the exported directories?

5. How to remove the following networking services in AIX?
a. fingerd
b. rshd or remshd
c. tftpd
d. rusersd
e. rlogind
f. rwhod
g. whois
h. rexec
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Question by:mawingho
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1) lssrc -g nfs, /etc/rc.nfs  and /etc/exports

2) startsrc -g nfs

3) /etc/exports is a configuration file, not a directory.

4) showmount -e, /usr/sbin/lsnfsexp

5) smitty inetdconf and smitty otherserv

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'exportfs' is the command to be used after you modify /etc/exports, or to use any exports file like below:

# exportfs -f  /anypath/anyexportfile

# exportfs -u /anymountpoint   ( to unexport the filesystem )
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rpcinfo -p
4 question is void after nfs is stopped, ls -ld shows directory permissions.
5. /etc/inetd.conf ; refresh -s inetd
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