The unshare command makes a shared local resource unavailable as file system type FSType. If the option -FFSType is omitted, then the first file system type listed in file /etc/dfs/fstypes will be used as the default. Specific_options, as well as the semantics of resourcename, are specific to particular distributed file systems.
Specify the file system type.
Specify options specific to the file system provided by the -F option.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
|ATTRIBUTE TYPE||ATTRIBUTE VALUE|
If pathname or resourcename is not found in the shared information, an error message will be sent to standard error.
When an unshare command completes successfully, a client mounting a file system specified in that unshare command no longer has access to that file system.