For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.2 .
Use the share command to define each path to be shared. This information is retained when a system is rebooted.
# share -F nfs -o specific-options pathname
For information about the available command options, see the share_nfs (1M) man page.
# share -F nfs
# share -F nfs export_share_man /export/share/man sec=sys,ro export_ftp /usr/src sec=sys,rw=eng usr_share_src /export/ftp sec=sys,ro,public
The next step is to set up your autofs maps so that clients can access the file systems that you have shared on the server. For more information about setting up autofs maps, see Table 4–1.