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In which NFS Remote Procedure Call we can get all the file hanldes in one directory?

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I am trying to find out how the client can get the file handles from the server side. I tried to capture the network trace to find this when I used "ls " on the client side. But I did not get this. I only saw getattr call, access call etc. According to the RFC, it should be READDIRPLUS call. But I did not find this call.   Anyone knows this?  Thanks.
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READDIRPLUS is NFS3 specs. What version of NFS do you have? Can you list the tracecalls here?
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I am using NFS3. how to get the tracecalls? you mean the network trace?
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You are looking for application specified file handles, that would be strace or ptrace.

What are you trying to troubleshoot exactly?
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