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Continuing with the example of auto_mail, as defined in the master map, a file named /etc/auto_mail would have to contain the following entry:
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This ensures that the burbank server knows where to find the /var/mail directory physically, and that automount can mount the shared volume at will. Sometimes, the network load caused by mounting and unmounting home directories can lead to an increase in I/O load, and reduce the effective bandwidth of a network. For this reason, only volumes that need to be shared should be shared. Alternatively, the timeout parameter for automount can be modified to extend its latency for mounting and unmounting directories.
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A common problem with auto_home is that systems in an NIS+ environment may create user accounts on a file system mounted as /home. This means that if auto_home is active, as defined by /etc/auto_master, then after rebooting, the shared home directories are mounted on /home, and when the local /home attempts to mount the same point, it fails. This is one of the most frequently asked questions about Solaris 10, as the convention was different for earlier Solaris systems, which used local /home directories. The recommended practice is now to create home directories under /export/home, on the local file system if required, or to use auto_home in an NIS+ environment. However, if you wish to disable this feature altogether and stick with a local /home, then simply remove +auto_master from the master map (/etc/auto_master).
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Starting and stopping the automounter is normally handled by your system at boot and shutdown time, but you will have to start and stop the automounter manually if you make changes to any of its map files. The automount daemon is typically started from /etc/init.d/autofs during the multiuser startup, with a command like
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# /etc/init.d/autofs start
You can confirm that it started correctly by using the following command:
# /bin/ps -ef | grep automountd
The output should look like the following:
root 21642 1 0 11:27:29 0:00 /usr/lib/autofs/automountd
If you receive no output, then the automounter has not started correctly. In that case you should run the startup script again. Stopping the autofs client is similar to starting it:
# /etc/init.d/autofs stop
The stop script usually stops the automounter, but you can confirm this by using the command
# /bin/ps -ef | grep automountd
This is the same command that is used to check whether the automounter is running, except that once you stop it, this command should not produce any output. If you do see some output and it contains a grep command, you can ignore those lines. Any other output indicates that the automounter has not stopped, in which case you should execute the NFS client stop command again. If you receive a message similar to the following:
/home: busy
then you need to determine if anyone is logged onto the system and is using files from /home. If you cannot determine this, you can use the following command to get a list of all the mounted directories in the directory that caused the error message (in this case /home):
$ df -k -F nfs /home/jdoe
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Just replace /home with the name of the directory that produced the error message. In this case only one directory, /home/jdoe, was automounted. Once you have a list of these directories, try unmounting each one with the umount command. When you receive an error message, you will know which directory contains the files that are in use. You can ask the user to finish with those files, and then proceed to stop the automounter.
Examples
The following examples provide some real-world cases for installing and managing NFS.
Checking portmapper Status
If you re having trouble starting the NFS daemon, it s often a Remote Procedure Call (RPC) problem. In order to determine whether an RPC portmapper is running, you may use the rpcinfo command:
# rpcinfo -p program vers proto 100000 4 tcp 100000 3 tcp 100000 2 tcp 100000 4 udp 100000 3 udp 100000 2 udp 100007 3 udp 100007 2 udp 100007 1 udp 100007 3 tcp 100007 2 tcp 100007 1 tcp 100011 1 udp 100024 1 udp 100024 1 tcp 100021 1 udp 100021 2 udp 100021 3 udp 100021 4 udp 100068 2 udp 100068 3 udp 100068 4 udp 100068 5 udp 100083 1 tcp 100021 1 tcp 100021 2 tcp 100021 3 tcp 100021 4 tcp 100005 1 udp
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