Adding NFS Share in Solaris Client:
Before, you start to configuring NFS client, make sure that Solaris NFS server is up and running. Then login to NFS client machine (solaris11-client) as a root user and continue with NFS client configuration.
Step 1: Use the ‘dfshares’ command to confirm whether you can view the shared resource from the solaris11-client machine. Create a directory called /docs to use as the mount point.
Step 2: Use the mount command to specify the resource to be mounted on the /docs directory.
Note: This shows that the assetlist file in /export/home/docs can be shared on solaris11-client from solaris11.
Removing NFS Share from Solaris Client:
Step 1: Using the umount command, unmount the /docs directory.
Step 2: Then return to solaris11 NFS server and stop sharing the directory using the below command.
Step 3: By using the share command, check whether any resource is being shared on NFS server
Note: No resource should be displayed because nothing is being shared now.
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