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How to disable auto-mounting

 
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frederick hannah
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How to disable auto-mounting

HPUX 11.11: Besides modifying the /etc/fstab file, is there another to disable auto-mounting of mountpoints during server boot-up?
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Patrice Le Guyader
Respected Contributor

Re: How to disable auto-mounting

hello,

You should take a look at the file /etc/rc.config.d/nfsconf.

All the switches are in this file.

hope this helps
Kenavo
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frederick hannah
Super Advisor

Re: How to disable auto-mounting

I misspoke(?). I am refering to preventing customer data mountpoints from mounting. I want to do an fsck against the data and it cant be mounted
TTr
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Re: How to disable auto-mounting

> disable auto-mounting of mountpoints during server boot-up

Now you know that there is this thing called automounter.

> I want to do an fsck against the data and it cant be mounted

/etc fstab is all you need to modify to prevent mounting during boot-up

You can also unmount a filesystem to do fsck while the server is running. And if you have a vxfs filesystem and also have onlineJFS instaled, you can fsck the filesystem while mounted and running.
frederick hannah
Super Advisor

Re: How to disable auto-mounting

Thanks guys. Your input helped
frederick hannah
Super Advisor

Re: How to disable auto-mounting

Thanks