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how to check for shares on HP-UX

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On linux if was checking for shares I would probably run show mount -r or mount | grep export but how would you do this on HP-UX?
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I would check the Samba (or NFS)  configuration because the OS itself doesn't create shares, resources are shared through SMB or NFS protocol. I would do the same for AIX (your other question).
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