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Old 08-20-2005, 04:06 PM   #1
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ftp can't see mount point attached to raid

I have Fedora Core4 (on an Maxtor IDE drive) running an ftp server(vsftpd). I created a raid 0 (software) using two 160 seagates sata and mounted it to /var/ftp/pub/raid so I can use it as a storage server for the rest of my network.

I am able to find everyting I need on the OS drive from the ftp server exept the moint point /var/ftp/pub/raid when it is mounted to /dev/md0. I can ftp to /var/ftp/pub. I created a directory "raid" under "pub" and when I mount the mount point from /dev/md0 ftp doesn't see it anymore. When I unmount I can see it in ftp.

Why wount vsftp let me use the mount point /var/ftp/pub/raid when it is mounted to the raid (md0).

I am kind of a newbie so any help would be appreciated.


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