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rpc.statd(8)							  rpc.statd(8)

       rpc.statd, statd - Network status monitor daemon

       /usr/sbin/rpc.statd [-c]

       Available  only	on  TruCluster	Server systems. This option starts the
       clusterwide network status daemon, which helps provide highly available
       NFS  service.  Do  not use -c directly. Highly available NFS service is
       configured by default and typically does not require  intervention.  If
       you do need to start the clusterwide network status daemon, use the CAA
       command, caa_start cluster_lockd.

	      For more information, see the TruCluster	Server	Administration

       The rpc.statd daemon monitors the status of the client and server sites
       in response to a request made by the local rpc.lockd  daemon.   When  a
       site  failure  is  detected,  the  rpc.statd  daemon notifies the local
       rpc.lockd daemon, which then processes the recovery of the locked files
       or file regions.

       The crash of a site is only detected on its recovery.

       A  directory created by the statd daemon.  Each file name in the direc‐
       tory is the host name of a client or server that the statd daemon  will
       notify upon its recovery.  A backup directory created by the statd dae‐
       mon.  A file created by the statd daemon to store its state number.

       Daemons: rpc.lockd(8)

       Files: statmon(4)


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