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share

Name
     share - display file system shares or make local file system
     available for mounting by remote systems

Synopsis
     share [-F protocol] -a


     share [-F protocol] [-o options] [-d description] pathname [sharename]


     share [-F protocol] [-A]

Description
     The share command defines and publishes a file system share,
     which  means  the  file  system  is  available  for mounting
     through a sharing protocol.


     If the -F protocol option is omitted, the first file sharing
     protocol listed in /etc/dfs/fstypes is used as the default.


     For  a  description  of  NFS-specific  share  options,   see
     share_nfs(1M).  For  a  description  of  SMB  specific share
     options, see share_smb(1M).


     Using the share command to define and publish an NFS or  SMB
     share of a ZFS file system is considered a legacy operation.
     Consider setting the share.nfs property  or  using  the  zfs
     share  command  to define and publish an NFS or an SMB share
     of  a  ZFS  file   system.   For   more   information,   see
     share_nfs(1M) and share_smb(1M).


     In the third form of share command, as shown in the Synopsis
     above,  share  displays  published  shares  or,  with the -A
     option, displays all configured (defined) shares.

Options
     -F protocol
         Specify the file sharing protocol.


     -o specific_options

         rw
             Share pathname is  published  with  read  and  write
             access to all clients. This is the default behavior.

         rw=client[:client]...
             Share pathname is  published  with  read  and  write
             access  only to the listed clients. No other systems
             can access the share pathname.


         ro
             Share pathname is published with read-only access to
             all clients.


         ro=client[:client]...
             Share pathname is published  with  read-only  access
             only  to  the  listed  clients. No other systems can
             access the share pathname.

         Separate multiple options with commas. Separate multiple
         operands for an option with colons. See EXAMPLES.


     -d
         Provide a comment that describes the file  system  share
         to be published.


     -a
         Publish all defined shares.


     -A
         Display all defined shares.

Examples
     Example 1 Publishing an NFS Share With Read-Only Access


     The following command defines and publishes an NFS share  of
     /ufsfs with read-only access.


       # share -F nfs -o ro /ufsfs



     Example 2  Publishing  an  NFS  Share  with  Multiple  Share
     Options

     The following command defines and publishes an NFS share  of
     the  /export/manuals  file  system  with  a  netgroup called
     users_nfs who have read-only access and users from specified
     hosts who have read and write access.


       # share -F nfs -o ro=users_nfs,rw=host1:host2:host3 /export/manuals

Files
     /etc/dfs/dfstab
         This file is obsolete. An SMF service publishes  NFS  or
         SMB shares at boot time.


     /etc/dfs/fstypes
         List of file-sharing protocols. NFS is the default  file
         sharing protocol.

Attributes
     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-
     butes:



     tab() box; cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i)  ATTRI-
     BUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE _ Availabilitysystem/core-os

See Also
     mountd(1M),    nfsd(1M),    share_nfs(1M),    share_smb(1M),
     shareall(1M), unshare(1M), zfs(1M), zfs(1M)attributes(5)

Notes
     If share commands are invoked multiple  times  on  the  same
     file system, the last share invocation supersedes the previ-
     ous invocation. The options set by the  last  share  command
     replace  the old options. For example, if read-write permis-
     sion was granted to usera on the legacy /somefs file system,
     then  you  want to grant read-write permission also to userb
     on /somefs, use the following syntax:

       example% share -F nfs -o rw=usera:userb /somefs
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