My Note 2 recently started apparently locking up/freezing and apparently required powering off to fix it.

Thanks to this post, I discovered that this seems to be a "known" problem with the eMMC chip which is susceptible to "Sudden Death Syndrome"

There is an app to determine if your phone has the chip that is affected, and another app to write data to every area of the chip to "fix" the issue.

My phone now appears to be back to normal.

We have app servers with smallish local file systems and application data mounted over NFS.

Sometimes I want to find all files matching a particular set of criteria but don't want to traverse the NFS mounts.

Here's how to do it:

find / -group sophosav -print -o -fstype nfs -prune

Ordering is important, as is the explict inclusion of -print. If you omit this, it will print the name(s) of the NFS mounts as well.

Change start location (/) and criteria (-group sophosav) to suit your own purposes.