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# service netfs restart
Mounting NFS filesystems: mount: imcltdd1-10g.mycompany.com:
Setting up Logical Volume Management: 1 logical volume(s) in volume group "oraworkvg1" now active
10 logical volume(s) in volume group "orahomevg1" now active
8 logical volume(s) in volume group "vg_orabmctd10" now active
[ OK ]
Checking network-attached filesystems
[ OK ]
Mounting other filesystems: [ OK ]
After restartng netfs, the /bmc is mounted andI can see the BMCBDA directory
I thought he couldn't see files at reboot because of the autofs doesn't check auto.master and so the file system mounted at the boot.
Would you please correct my mistake? I could be easily wrong maybe.
auto.master is for autofs, which doesn't use fstab at all. Essentially it's wholly separate system that does a different job. Mounting network drives through autofs is useful as it will unmount when the drive is not in use, but in a server environment where there is always usage of them, and a reliable wired network, there is much more logic in using a static mount in fstab.