A good tool for looking at NFS activity is 'nfswatch'<BR>
<a href="http://nfswatch.sourceforge.net/" target="_blank">http://nfswatch.sourceforge.net/</a> <BR>
Also look at what the memory is doing - particularly NFS Unstable<BR>
watch cat /proc/meminfo<BR>
Plus all the usual tools: rpcinfo -p localhost<BR>
Ps aux and look for processes in D state<BR>
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