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Fawzi
Occasional Contributor

fstab

i write

/dev/vg00/newfs /u05 vxfs rw,suid,nolargefiles,delaylog,datainlog 0 2

in /etc/fstab
but when go restart my server i don't show the partions.
6 REPLIES
Shibin_2
Honored Contributor

Re: fstab

What is the output of mount /u05 ? Is it mounting properly ?
Regards
Shibin
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: fstab

Hi:

As noted, what is the output of a 'mount' if you do it manually?

If you created the filesystem with 'largefiles' enabled, then the 'nolargefiles' mount() option is preventing the mount. Change it to 'largefiles' to match the underlying filesystem.

Regards!

...JRF...
Mel Burslan
Honored Contributor

Re: fstab

another place to look at is /etc/rc.log file and finding the keyword "ERROR" in this file. Since some of the filesystems are mounting, there should be some sort of error message telling you why the filesystem is not being mounted.
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Doug O'Leary
Honored Contributor

Re: fstab

Hey;

And, lastly, check the fstab file to see if anything is mounting under /u05 already, such as

/u05/oradata

That's one of my favorite boneheaded things to do...

The suggestion to check for ERROR in the rc.log, though, should point that out as well.


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Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: fstab

>Shibin: What is the output of mount /u05?

Right. A "mount -a" would also use fstab's values and provide the error.
Fawzi
Occasional Contributor

Re: fstab


thanks alot,

i change nolargefile to largfile .