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Change Mount point

Deart All,

can any one help to do this,

i need to change mount point in AIX 6

/opt/OM should be /usr/lpp/OM, how do i do....

Please help me Urgent issue
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If sufficient, you can create a link on it.
Else use
Code:
smitty chfs

to change the mount point. You will have to re-mount the filesystem afterwards. The smitty menu is rather self-explanatory.

For a command line solution check the man page of chfs.

If you have a very urgent problem to be solved, there is a special sub forum to post in just for this type of questions:
https://www.unix.com/emergency-unix-l...pport-help-me/
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