Last weekend I installed the upgraded version of Leopard on my Mac mini. The installation went successfully but took a long time to complete. At first nothing seemed to be broken, but soon I discovered the loss of my NFS shares. So I started to look for the Directory Utility, because that was the tool I used for auto mounting my NFS shares in Leopard. After a little digging, I found out that I needed to re-add them using Disk Utility.

– Inside Disk Utility, click File then NFS Mounts..

So if you’re looking for your lost NFS shares you now know what to do.