Re: mount=automatic not working for me in /etc/filesystems



Yes, the filesystem I'm testing this with is rootvg.

Thanks,

Justin Richard Bleistein | AIX System Administration | pSeries Enterprise Support | PowerVM Support | PowerHA Support | Tivoli Storage Manager Administration | Oracle Database Administration - ATS Group, LLC
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From: IBM AIX Discussion List [aix-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Davignon, Edward [Edward.Davignon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, April 06, 2009 9:59 AM
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Subject: Re: mount=automatic not working for me in /etc/filesystems

Are the volume groups also set to auto-varyon?

Edward.Davignon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Lead Analyst - Distributed Systems
Utility Shared Services - IT
Energy East Corporation


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From: IBM AIX Discussion List [mailto:aix-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Justin Bleistein
Sent: Sunday, April 05, 2009 9:26 PM
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Subject: mount=automatic not working for me in /etc/filesystems

I noticed that the bos filesystems like hd1, hd4, etc, are mounted with mount = automatic in the /etc/filesystems file. The man pages state that filesystems mounted with mount = automatic
will be mounted automatically at system startup, but cannot be mounted with any subsequent mount all, or umount all commands. The problem is I can't get any filesystems I created to mount
with options = automatic. When I reboot the system they don't mount. They only mount automatically on system reboot when the mount options are set to true in the /etc/filesystems.

Please advise.
Thanks,

Justin Richard Bleistein | AIX Systems Administrator/Power HA(HACMP)/Power VM(VIO)/pSeries Enterprise(LPAR)/TSM Storage Manager(TSM) Administrator/Oracle Database Administrator(DBA) | ATS Group, LLC
mobile 856.912.0861 | fax 484.320.4306 | jbleistein@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



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