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Managing Network File Systems in Oracle® Solaris 11.4

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Updated: August 2021
 
 

Mounting File Systems Task Map

The following table lists the tasks that are associated with file system mounting.

Table 3  Mounting File Systems (Task Map)
Task
Description
For Instructions
Mount a file system at boot time
Enables a file system to be mounted whenever a system is rebooted.
Mount a file system by using a command
Mounts a file system when a system is running. This procedure is useful for testing.
Mount a file system with the automounter
Enables access to a file system on demand without using the command line.
Mount all file systems with mirror mounts
Mounts all of the file systems from one server.
Start client-side failover
Enables the automatic failover to a working file system if a server fails.
Disable mount access for a client
Disables the ability of one client to access a remote file system.
Provide access to a file system through a firewall
Enables access to a file system through a firewall by using the WebNFS protocol.
Mount a file system by using an NFS URL
Enables access to a file system by using an NFS URL. This process provides file system access without using the MOUNT protocol.