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Old 02-01-2012, 04:24 PM
"Reed, Ed"
Default CentOS 6.2 Autofs stopped working

Seems that autofs in 6.2 stopped working like it used to.

We use NIS and automount maps.

Primary map auto.sf
ssdt -fstype=autofs,rw auto_ssdt

auto.ssdt map
scratch -fstype=nfs,hard,intr gold:/vol/ssdt/scratch

So finding a path such as /sf/ssdt/scratch has always worked and continues to work on non CentOS 6.2 machines.
This ability stopped with CentOS 6.2

CentOS 6.0 uses

CentOS 6.2 uses

The work around seems to be to remove autofs in CentOS 6.2
And do an rpm install of autofs from CentOS 6.0.

I presume it is a flaw upstream.
Anyone else observing this behavior?

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