In article <email@example.com>,
firstname.lastname@example.org (Casper H.S. Dik) writes:
>email@example.com (Philip Ross) writes:
>>mount -O -F cachefs -o ro,backfstype=nfs,cachedir=/export/cache/cache1 hyacinthus:/export/exec/Solaris_2.3_sparc.all/usr /usr
>>The important option seems to be -O so that it can hide the /usr mount
>>point used during booting.
And it does indeed work.
>To get cachefs to mount at boot you need:
> - lofs mount
> - cachefs mount
So I hope someone at Sun is going to manage this for 2.4?
And where in /etc/vfstab should one specify the -O option? :-(
Looks like *YET* *ANOTHER* rc?.d/S file.
-- Ian 'Vato' Dickinson - NIC handle: ID17 Kibo bait :-) firstname.lastname@example.org ...!uknet!warwick!cudep email@example.com MIME mail welcome - don't send me no steenkin' X.400 Poke this.
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