filesys server:path server_address mount_pt_name [[mount_options]]
filesys sherlock:/export/home/user2 - /home
server: – The name of the server where the remote file system is located, followed by a colon.
path – The remote file system's mount–point name. For example, /usr or /export/home.
server_address – The IP address of the server that is specified in server:path. If a name service is not running on the network, the server_address value can be used to populate the /etc/hosts file with the server's host name and IP address. If you are not specifying the server's IP address, you must specify a minus sign (-). For example, if you have a name service that is running on the network, you do not need to specify the server's IP address.
mount_pt_name – The name of the mount point on which the remote file system is to be mounted.
mount_options – One or more mount options, which is the same as the -o option of the mount(1M) command. The mount options are added to the /etc/vfstab entry for the specified mount_pt_name.
If you need to specify more than one mount option, the mount options must be separated by commas and no spaces (ro,quotafor example).