About mounting and unmounting NFS filesystems
A client can mount a filesystem in four different ways:
automatic mounting at system start
The system administrator of a client machine can configure the client
to automatically mount remote filesystems every time the client
machine goes to multiuser mode as described in
``Modifying filesystem mount configuration''.
Remote filesystems are unmounted whenever
the system goes to single-user mode.
administrator manual mounting
The system administrator of a client
machine can manually mount remote filesystems at
any time using the
The system administrator of a client machine
can authorize users to mount remote
filesystems when they need access to them
by assigning the Administer Filesystems
A client machine can be configured to automatically
mount remote filesystems when a user executes a command requiring
access to those files. The mounted filesystems remain mounted until
a preset period of inactivity has passed. At this point the
client automatically unmounts them. See
``Using the NFS automounter''.
Mounting filesystems from remote hosts can incur security risks.
for more information.
Understanding share access permissions
Mounting and unmounting filesystems
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004