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Old 03-23-2011, 01:30 PM
Raman Gupta
 
Default automount messages from old system

I often get these messages from automount in /var/log/messages:

Mar 21 13:27:38 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount1" not found in map
source(s).
Mar 21 13:27:38 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount2" not found in map
source(s).
Mar 21 13:27:38 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount3" not found in map
source(s).
Mar 21 13:28:40 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount1" not found in map
source(s).
Mar 21 13:28:40 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount2" not found in map
source(s).
Mar 21 13:28:40 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount3" not found in map
source(s).
Mar 22 11:11:37 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount2" not found in map
source(s).
Mar 22 11:11:37 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount3" not found in map
source(s).
Mar 22 11:11:37 xxx automount[30662]: key "oldmount1" not found in map
source(s).

oldmount1/2/3 are NFS mounts from a machine that no longer exist since
the source machine was turned off. None of the /etc/auto.* files
reference these mounts at all, nor does /etc/fstab.

Even reboots have not helped -- oldmount1/2/3 have not existed for a
few months now.

Does anyone know how to "reset" automount to forget about these
obsolete values?

Cheers,
Raman
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