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Managing Network File Systems in Oracle® Solaris 11.3

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Updated: September 2018

NFS File Sharing Command Reference

Administering Network File Systems

The following list shows the basic command syntax for performing some common network file sharing tasks in the Oracle Solaris 11.3 release. For more information, see the nfsref(1M), nfsstat(1M), share(1M), and mount(1M) man pages.

  • Share a ZFS file system

    $ zfs set share.nfs=on | off filesystem
  • Define file systems to use NFS server logging

    $ share -F nfs -o,log=global filesystem
  • List the shared NFS file systems

    $ share -F nfs
  • Mount a file system

    $ mount -F nfs -o specific-options resource mount-point
  • Mount an NFS File System by Using an NFS URL

    $ mount -F nfs nfs://host[:port]/pathname mount-point
  • Display information about file systems available for mounting

    $ /usr/sbin/showmount -e hostname
  • Select different versions of NFS on a server

    $ sharectl set -p server_versmax=version_num nfs
    $ sharectl set -p server_versmin=version_num nfs
  • Disable server delegation

    $ sharectl set -p server_delegation=off nfs
  • Set a common domain for NFS clients and servers

    $ sharectl set -p nfsmapid_domain=domain_name nfs
  • Create an NFS referral

    $ nfsref add ref_filesystem server_name1:filesystem server_name2:filesystem
  • Remove an NFS referral

    $ nfsref remove ref_filesystem
  • Disable autofs browsability on a single NFS client

    $ sharectl set -p nobrowse=TRUE autofs