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Re: FC2 automounter differences (hesitant to call them bugs.)

I also noticed the changes and i checking out the autofs docs.

With regards to your problem 1, I think its a known issue.

Check out /usr/share/doc/autofs-4.1.2/README.direct

NOTE: Due to current design limitations, direct maps will take over an
  entire directory hierarchy.  What this means is, if your direct map
  key is /usr/share/bilbo, then /usr will become an automount mount
  point, mounting over the existing /usr.

On Thu, 2004-05-20 at 10:31, Greg Lehmann csiro au 
> Scenario is a solaris yp master that serves up yp maps.
> I have direct mounts specified in the auto_master file on solaris as
> specified by the first line below. Direct mounts are a sun specific
> add-on, and while I am moving away from them, FC1 did not cause me any
> trouble. FC2 is trying to do something with them. I think all of my
> direct mounts are under /usr and what is now happening is that FC2
> automounter is taking over /usr as a mount point and there is basically
> an empty /usr because of this. This causes a bit of havoc. Removing the
> first line fixes the problem.
> Auto_master
> #Mount-point    Map                     Mount-options
> /-              auto_direct             -rw,intr
> /home           auto_home               -rw,intr,nobrowse
> /data           auto_data               -rw,intr,nobrowse
> /apps           auto_apps               -rw,intr
> /net            -hosts
> Example line from auto_direct.
> /usr/corel                      server:/export/site/apps/corel
> The nobrowse option causes all the mounts under /data and /apps (as
> shown above) to fail. Removing the nobrowse option allows them to work.
> Is this the way automount is supposed to work or is it a bug(s) I need
> to file?

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