Mount command eating up resources

I have a system with a mounted drive for call recording storage. The system is quite sluggish and I found the following command using htop eating up quite a few resources. Is this necessary for a mounted drive or is something not quite right about the way it was mounted?

The command/process is there regardless of if the system is recording and transferring files.



to help diagnose, (man nfsstat)

you should also in /etc/asterisk/asterisk.conf

cache_record_files = yes       ; Cache recorded sound files to another directory during recording.
record_cache_dir = /tmp        ; Specify cache directory 

[root@freepbx ~]# man nfsstat
No manual entry for nfsstat

do you have it installed?

nfsstat --help

I don’t recall installing it. It might have been a part of the setup process to have the recordings sent to the mounted device.

[root@freepbx ~]# nfsstat --help
-bash: nfsstat: command not found

For all syatistics

nfsstat --o all

yum install -y nfs-utils

look about right?

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