mountfs - mounts a filesystem.
/usr/sysadm/privbin/mountfs -d fsMountPoint [ -s fsSource ] [ -t fileType
] [ -o options ] [ -cnu ]
Mountfs mounts a filesystem/directory to make it accessible locally.
The local directory where the filesystem/directory is to be mounted.
The filesystem/directory name.
fileType supported are efs, xfs, nfs, fd, cachefs, dos, hfs, and
options are the same as defined in fstab(4).
-a mount all the entries that are in /etc/fstab. In this case all
other parameters and flags are ignored.
-c if the fsMountPoint directory doesn't exist, it is created.
-n do not write the mount entry into the /etc/fstab file, only mount
it. In this case, if the entry that matches fsMountPoint is found in
the /etc/fstab file, the entry is mounted as in the file. If no
entry is found then fsSource, fsMountPoint, fileType, and options
are required, otherwise error exit.
-u update the entry that matches fsMountPoint with the input
parameters. If the entry doesn't exist, it causes an error exit.
The -u flag is ignored if -n is specified.
/etc/fstab Static information about mounted filesystems
/etc/mtab Dynamic information about mounted filesystems
sysmgr(1M), runpriv(1M), fstab(4), umountfs(1M), filesystems(4).
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