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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users mount points Post 20342 by thehoghunter on Wednesday 24th of April 2002 11:04:35 PM
Old 04-25-2002
Please post EXACTLY how you get the error - what you are doing at the time, where your present working directory is, what commands you type in BECAUSE...

it usually that you are:

1. In the directory you are trying to mount on (or someone else is)
2. You run mountall and it gives you an error on the mounted partitions that were mounted before you ran mountall (which means you just ignore the error message).
thehoghunter
 

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all-swaps(7)						 Miscellaneous Information Manual					      all-swaps(7)

NAME
all-swaps - event signalling that all swap partitions have been activated SYNOPSIS
all-swaps [ENV]... DESCRIPTION
The all-swaps event is generated by the mountall(8) daemon after it has activated all swap partitions listed in fstab(5). mountall(8) emits this event as an informational signal, services and tasks started or stopped by this event will do so in parallel with other activ- ity. When this event occurs, common filesystems such as /usr may not be mounted. EXAMPLE
A service that wishes to be running once swap partitions are activated might use: start on all-swaps SEE ALSO
mounting(7) mounted(7) virtual-filesystems(7) local-filesystems(7) remote-filesystems(7) filesystem(7) mountall 2009-12-21 all-swaps(7)

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