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Old 04-23-2012, 08:01 AM   #16
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if it's mounted it *will* show up in mount and df.

unix is case sensitive though, and your VG's are called VolGroup01, not volgroup01 etc.

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Old 04-23-2012, 03:13 PM   #17
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even though my notes indicate i had mounted all the directories, i decided to do the mounts again, and now i see the lost&found directories under each of the mounts, and it wasn't there before...

i would have thought that that any directories that were added prior to doing the mount would have been lost after the mount, and yet
i had a /u02/oradata directory before issuing the mount statement, and i still have the same directory after the mount statement.
i would have thought the original /u02 was part of the root structure and once it was mounted on the VolGroupe01 it would no longer be accessible ? It's almost as if it was copied .. ???
 
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if you mount a filesystem at a location, anything on that location will be unavailable whilst it is mounted, but will be available again once it is unmounted.
 
Old 04-23-2012, 04:43 PM   #19
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Mate ... your fstab won't mount those volumes on boot because the mountoption
is defaults, not default.
 
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when dealing with 5 new linux servers, and linux not being my native tongue, i appreciate all the help i can get..
 
  


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