How does one confirm that the options listed in /etc/fstab for an NFS
mount are actually in place?

For example, here's the abbreviated outpout of `mount`:

athena:/usr/obj on /usr/obj (nfs, read-only)
athena:/usr/src on /usr/src (nfs, read-only)
athena:/usr/ports on /usr/ports (nfs)

That tells me whether or not the 'ro' flag is used, but doesn't tell me
whether any of the other flags (such as 'soft', '-w' and '-r') actualyl
in effect.


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things, or more money, in order to /do/ more of what they want, so they will
/be/ happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first /be/
who you really are, then, /do/ what you need to do, in order to /have/ what
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        Margaret Young
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