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How to mount a ufs (on solaris 10) on solaris 11

How to mount a ufs (on solaris 10) on solaris 11

How to mount a ufs (on solaris 10) on solaris 11

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I have a Solaris 10 install with UFS and another Solaris 11 with ZFS. I want to mount a folder on Solaris 10 to Solaris 11. I used the following:
sudo mount -F ufs 10.1.1.44:/export/home/amandeep/workspace /home/amandeep/workspace/mounts/ldom5

and it errors out with:
mount: 10.1.1.44:/export/home/amandeep/workspace or /home/amandeep/workspace/mounts/ldom5, no such file or directory

What am I missing?

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