The mountd daemon handles file system mount requests from remote systems and provides access control. The mountd daemon checks /etc/dfs/sharetab to determine which file systems are available for remote mounting and which systems are allowed to do the remote mounting. For more information, see the mountd (1M) man page.
Runs the command in verbose mode. Every time an NFS server determines the access that a client should be granted, a message is printed on the console. The information that is generated can be useful when trying to determine why a client cannot access a file system.
Rejects all future mount requests from clients. This option does not affect clients that already have a file system mounted.
In addition to the command-line options, several SMF parameters can be used to configure the mountd daemon:
Sets the minimum version of the NFS protocol to be used by the NFS client. The default is 2. Other valid values include 3 or 4. Refer to Setting Up the NFS Service.
Sets the maximum version of the NFS protocol to be used by the NFS client. The default is 4. Other valid values include 2 or 3. Refer to Setting Up the NFS Service.