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Re: Filesystems Not Mounting



On Tue, 2007-11-20 at 19:00 -0500, Gene Poole wrote:
> Here is the real fstab:
> 
>    /dev/SysVG00/SysLV00    /                       ext3    defaults   1 1
>    LABEL=/boot1            /boot                   ext3    defaults   1 2
>    tmpfs                   /dev/shm                tmpfs   defaults   0 0
>    devpts                  /dev/pts                devpts  gid=5,mode=620   0 0
>    sysfs                   /sys                    sysfs   defaults   0 0
>    proc                    /proc                   proc    defaults   0 0
>    /dev/WebVG00/WebLV04    /usr/tomcat             ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/WebVG00/WebLV02    /usr/java               ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/WebVG00/WebLV00    /usr/apache             ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/WebVG00/WebLV05    /usr/workspace          ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/WebVG00/WebLV03    /usr/jboss              ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/WebVG00/WebLV01    /usr/eclipse            ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV08  /u01/install            ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/SysVG00/SysLV05    /var                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/SysVG00/SysLV03    /tmp                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/SysVG00/SysLV01    /home                   ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/SysVG00/SysLV02    /opt                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/SysVG00/SysLV07    /opt/fedora-ds          ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/SysVG00/SysLV06    /usr                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/SysVG00/SysLV04    /usr/local              ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV06  /u06                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DataVG00/DataLV01  /work                   ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DataVG00/DataLV00  /jpdshare               ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DataVG00/DataLV02  /hobbes                 ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV00  /usr/oracle             ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV03  /u03                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV01  /u01                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV05  /u05                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV02  /u02                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV07  /u07                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    /dev/DBMSVG00/DBMSLV04  /u04                    ext3    defaults   1 2
>    LABEL=SWAP-sda8         swap                    swap    defaults   0 0
> 
> I was wrong, it is the df -m list that shows duplicates.  But the
> errors do occur when I reboot.  When looking above, the volume groups
> that have this issue are:
>       WebVG00
>       DBMSVG00
>       DataVG00
> 
> SysVG00 always works 

I wonder if it's an ordering issue?  To mount something onto the tree
at /usr/something, /usr/ has to be already mounted, beforehand.

You have /usr/ quite a fair way down into the fstab file.  I don't know
whether it parses it sequentially, or goes through the whole thing
before mounting what's listed in it, in the order necessary to do all
the mounts.  I thought it did parse it sequentially, and my mtab is in
the same order as my fstab (mtab reflects what has been mounted).

Try moving all the system mount points up above all your extra ones.

Though, that doesn't account for your DATA volume group issues.

-- 
(This computer runs FC7, my others run FC4, FC5 & FC6, in case that's
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