Use the mountall command to mount all file systems or a specific group of file systems that are listed in a file system table. The command provides the following options:
Selects the file system type to be accessed
Selects all the remote file systems that are listed in a file system table
Because all file systems that are labeled as NFS file system type are remote file systems, some of these options are redundant. For more information, see the mountall (1M) man page.
The following two examples of user input are equivalent:
# mountall -F nfs
# mountall -F nfs -r