How to share a directory on Solaris ? (Mounting a Solaris directory)

How to create a shared directory in Solaris to be accessible from other nodes in the network ?
Or
How to mount a directory to be accessible from other machines ?
Log in to Solaris machine where you want to share a directory.
In the below example you want to  share "/export/home/builds" directory located on 172.22.23.58.And once is shared you are mounting it on to "/share" directory of another machine.
Note : We have to create an empty directory named "share" under "/" on the machine where we are running the mount to command.
  • Share the directory in the local system
Open the /etc/dfs/dfstab file 

enter: share -F nfs -o rw,anon=0 /export/home/builds

save and exit
  • Execute shareall command
  • Use share command to check the directories shared               
  • Restart the nfs server(Not mandatory)
/etc/init.d/nfs.server stop
       /etc/init.d/nfs.server start
  • Open other system where you need to mount 
  • Execute mount -F nfs 172.22.23.58:/export/home/builds /share command (to mount the /export/home/builds folder in /space) 
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