NFS files after reboot

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Old 07-11-2011
NFS files after reboot

i Have a mount point from NAS and i mount it My AIX manually the system get rebooted by its self and it did not get mounted , how can i make it mounted with the system up in automated way ?
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Old 07-11-2011
If you want to auto mount NFS shares , you should place entries in the /etc/filesystems
have a look here
Auto mounting section
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