To mount a set of resources, perform the following:
See the vfstab(4) manual page for a description of the fields in the /etc/vfstab file.
If you do not specify an input file, the /etc/vfstab file is used by default.
If the mountall command is entered without arguments, it mounts all local file systems and remote resources in the vfstab file that have the automnt field set to ``yes.''
Your system mounts resources automatically when you enter init state 3,
using the /etc/vfstab file. While resources are still
mounted, you add entries to the vfstab file. Now you want to
mount the resources you added to the file, without exiting init state
3 and unmounting currently mounted resources. Type the following command:
The system uses the updated vfstab file as the input file. It mounts all remote resources in the file that are not currently mounted and displays error messages for those resources that are mounted already.