In article <1995Jun13.email@example.com>,
Andrew <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Any comments on automounting local files on Solaris 2.4:
>>Sun do say that you should not mount local file systems
>I thought I would just send a little summary.
>The replies I had suggested that there is no problem in theory,
>and no one yet has had antproblems. So I will continiue to use
>it and if ever I get a probelms I will let people know.
If I remember the start of this thread, the problem was that you
had /opt/gnu on your local file system being automounted everywhere
as /opt/gnu. Why not make the local directory something like
/opt/export/gnu and automount it everywhere (including your local
machine) as /opt/gnu? You never want to automount anything with
the same pathname that it's really mounted as on your local
-- Garry.Garrett@abii.com (don't send big files here, write me for another address) ._o *** I don't speak for ABI Inc. |> *** I get into enough trouble speaking for myself! 4
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