shareall, unshareall --
share, unshare multiple resources
shareall [-F fstype[,fstype ...]] [file]
unshareall [-F fstype[,fstype ...]]
The shareall command and the unshareall command control
sharing of distributed filesystem resources.
Only a privileged user may execute these commands.
When used with no arguments, shareall shares all resources from
file, which contains a list of share command lines.
If no file is specified, then the file /etc/dfs/dfstab
Resources may be shared to specific filesystems by specifying the filesystems
in a comma-separated list as an argument to -F.
unshareall unshares all currently shared resources. Without a
-F flag, it unshares resources for all distributed filesystem
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004