Strange mount problems on Solaris 8
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 15:31:32 +0100
Since a few days, my Ultra2 running Solaris 8 MU6 behaves a little strange..
I have an external disk attached as /dev/dsk/c0t11d0s0, and when trying to
mount it, this happens:
# mount /extdisk
mount: /dev/dsk/c0t11d0s0 is already mounted, /extdisk is busy, or the
allowable number of mount points has been exceeded
# rmdir extdisk
# mkdir extdisk
# mount /extdisk
Is the vold or similar daemon misbehaving? Why won't the disk mount without
the directory being removed and recreated before..?
I don't exactly recall what I did before this behaviour turned up, but it
might coincide with when I activated ufs logging on my drives..
Please enlighten me!
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