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Re: Filesystems Not Mounting



You will notice below that the file system that I mounted manually,
produces 2 entries in fstab.  And when you reboot the machine while it is
going down produces an error for each duplicated entry.

Here is the /etc/fstab:

   Filesystem           1M-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
   /dev/mapper/SysVG00-SysLV00
                             3069       389      2523  14% /
   /dev/sda1                  996        47       898   5% /boot
   tmpfs                     1985         0      1985   0% /dev/shm
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV04
                             3968       181      3583   5% /usr/tomcat
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV02
                             3968       611      3153  17% /usr/java
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV00
                             3968       137      3627   4% /usr/apache
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV05
                             5952       141      5505   3% /usr/workspace
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV03
                             3968       517      3247  14% /usr/jboss
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV01
                             3968       296      3468   8% /usr/eclipse
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV08
                             9920       151      9257   2% /u01/install
   /dev/mapper/SysVG00-SysLV05
                             3968       336      3428   9% /var
   /dev/mapper/SysVG00-SysLV03
                             1984        68      1815   4% /tmp
   /dev/mapper/SysVG00-SysLV01
                             1984        80      1803   5% /home
   /dev/mapper/SysVG00-SysLV02
                              992       152       789  17% /opt
   /dev/mapper/SysVG00-SysLV07
                             1488        35      1377   3% /opt/fedora-ds
   /dev/mapper/SysVG00-SysLV06
                            11904      5308      5982  48% /usr
   /dev/mapper/SysVG00-SysLV04
                             1488        50      1362   4% /usr/local
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV06
                             9920       151      9257   2% /u06
   /dev/mapper/DataVG00-DataLV01
                            19839      7052     11764  38% /work
   /dev/mapper/DataVG00-DataLV00
                            31742       879     29225   3% /jpdshare
   /dev/mapper/DataVG00-DataLV02
                            19839       173     18643   1% /hobbes
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV00
                             9920       151      9257   2% /usr/oracle
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV03
                             9920       151      9257   2% /u03
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV01
                             9920       151      9257   2% /u01
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV05
                             9920       151      9257   2% /u05
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV02
                             9920       151      9257   2% /u02
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV07
                             9920       151      9257   2% /u07
   /dev/mapper/DBMSVG00-DBMSLV04
                             9920       151      9257   2% /u04
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV02
                             3968       611      3153  17% /usr/java
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV01
                             3968       296      3468   8% /usr/eclipse
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV00
                             3968       137      3627   4% /usr/apache
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV04
                             3968       181      3583   5% /usr/tomcat
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV03
                             3968       517      3247  14% /usr/jboss
   /dev/mapper/WebVG00-WebLV05
                             5952       141      5505   3% /usr/workspace

Thanks,
Gene Poole
gene poole macys com


> first things first -- let's see your /etc/fstab.
>
> rday
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> Robert P. J. Day
> Linux Consulting, Training and Annoying Kernel Pedantry
> Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA
>
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