Configures the system to run NFS.
/usr/sbin/mknfs [ -I | -N | -B ]
The mknfs command configures the system to run the Network File System (NFS) daemons. The mknfs command adds an entry to the inittab file so that the /etc/rc.nfs file is executed on system restart.
|-B||Adds an entry to the inittab file to execute the /etc/rc.nfs file on system restart. The mknfs command also executes the /etc/rc.nfs file immediately to start the NFS daemons. This flag is the default.|
|-I||Adds an entry to the inittab file to execute the /etc/rc.nfs file on system restart.|
|-N||Starts the /etc/rc.nfs file to start the NFS daemons immediately. When started this way, the daemons run until the next system restart.|
|inittab||Controls the initialization process of the system.|
|/etc/rc.nfs||Contains the startup script for the NFS and NIS daemons.|
The chnfs command, mknfsexp command, mknfsmnt command, rmnfs command.
NFS Installation and Configuration in AIX 5L Version 5.1 System Management Guide: Communications and Networks.
Network File System (NFS) Overview for System Management in AIX 5L Version 5.1 System Management Guide: Communications and Networks.
List of NFS Commands.