sunos 5.8

Posted on 2011-05-06
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
i have an ancient sunos 5.8 box that shares out some directories to a AIX box. i assumed ( and was pretty sure ) that the sun box was shared out using nfs. but i needed to make a change, and tried to edit /etc/exports - but i didn't find it. i guess it could be a non-standard setup of nfs? so any ideas on how i could find the nfs shares on this sunos box? ( assuming it is nfs - i don't know what else it would be.
Question by:JeffBeall

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jeremycrussell earned 2000 total points
ID: 35707201
Check our /etc/dfs/dfstab, that what you'll use with Solaris.

You'll want to run

$ unshareall

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Then edit the file, and then

$ shareall

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check the man pages on this file and commands for details.

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ID: 35707518
excellent!! that's were it was, thank you.

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