We use an external DNS load balancing to balance the load amount LIF's. in /etc/fstab file, we use name.doamin.com to reference NFS server. Any way can I find out what IP currently this name.domain.com is using, and to mount the NFS volume?
I tried the command suggested, netstat(without any options) on both filer and clients. It only shows me the DNS name for SVM, not particular LIF the client currently is using to mount the NFS. Under DNS round-robin policy, LIF could be different in different mounts.
How do I find which LIF a client is currently using to mount a NFS volume?
sorry - just re-read it. you want the mount assignment per IP?
i think (didn't tested it) - that because NFS is stateless. nothing will cache the DNS name beyond the TTL. so the communication will not be persistent on the same IP.... real life can be different. but that's what i assume....