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share -F nfs -o rw,anon=0 /stage
On a daily basis, yes.
What error do you get when you run:
root@LDOM1 # mount -F nfs -o rw NFS_SERVER:/stage /stage
Btw, to do this automatically you would have to add the share to /etc/vfstab on the non-global zone.
I'm not sure what you're trying to do. It sounds like you're trying to mount a NFS filesystem in the global zone and then reference it somehow via the zone configuration as though it was a local filesystem. If so, I can't comment on whether that will work or not because I've no experience with that approach. What I have done successfully is to mount NFS filesystems via /etc/vfstab or automount inside the zone. That works just fine and it is done using exactly the same procedures as you'd use to mount NFS filesystems in the global zone.
You can't mount nfs file system from global zone into non-global zone using zonecfg interface. The only way that you can mount nfs file systems is directly mounting in non-global zone directly.