To display the resources currently shared by your system, use the
If you have more than one distributed filesystem package installed, the share command without arguments displays a list of all the resources shared on your system through the default file sharing package, with the default being the first filesystem type listed in /etc/dfs/fstypes.
You do not have to be a privileged user to use the share command in this situation.
For example, if you want to see a listing of the local resources
currently available through NFS, enter the following command:
share -F nfs
See the share(1Mnfs) manual page for more information.