The following sections describe what you need to do to set up the user environment to access files on the application server.
In a general implementation, each user system needs to have a mount point directory; for example, /usr/apps.
You can mount files from an application server when you use NFS. You can mount files either by editing the /etc/vfstab or with the automounter.
If you use the /etc/vfstab file, edit it on each user's system and add a line that looks like the following.
#device device mount FS fsck mount mount #to mount to fsck point type pass at boot options # server-name:/usr/apps - /usr/apps nfs - yes ro
For example, to mount from an application server named oak, become superuser ...