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Old 05-31-2012, 08:28 PM
"OVERBEY, DUDLEY"
 
Default issue with CentOS 6.2 autofs

I have an issue with CentOS 6.2's autofs/automount. When I issue "service autofs start (or restart)" the automount daemon starts as expected, however, I am not able to access any of the exports nfs directories; but if I shutdown the automount daemon and start it by just issuing "/usr/sbin/automount", I am able to access all of the nfs directories. If the system reboots, the nfs directories become no longer available until I stop the automount daemon and restart by issuing "/usr/sbin/automount". Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 05-31-2012, 10:38 PM
Mark LaPierre
 
Default issue with CentOS 6.2 autofs

On 05/31/2012 04:28 PM, OVERBEY, DUDLEY wrote:
> I have an issue with CentOS 6.2's autofs/automount. When I issue "service autofs start (or restart)" the automount daemon starts as expected, however, I am not able to access any of the exports nfs directories; but if I shutdown the automount daemon and start it by just issuing "/usr/sbin/automount", I am able to access all of the nfs directories. If the system reboots, the nfs directories become no longer available until I stop the automount daemon and restart by issuing "/usr/sbin/automount". Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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I would take a look at /etc/rc.d/init.d/autofs

It must me setting something when it starts. I see this in the autofs file:

#
# load customized configuation settings
#
if [ -r $confdir/autofs ]; then
. $confdir/autofs
fi


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