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Sol 10 - Strange NFS behaviour - adminnfs prefix to mount point

Something has changed.....

/etc/vfstab entry:-

Code:
host1:/backup/RMAN    -       /RMAN   nfs     -      no     rw,hard,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,llock

But when I mount it, and run

Code:
df -k | grep RMAN

Results are:-

Code:
host1:/backup/RMAN 54971960832 26752241664 28219719168    49%    /adminnfs/RMAN

Where did adminnfs part come from?

---------- Post updated at 06:00 AM ---------- Previous update was at 05:39 AM ----------

Wondering if its some sort of nfs mount manager because on another server even if I manually mount it disappears shortly afterwards!

Last edited by psychocandy; 11-01-2017 at 07:51 AM..
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Hi,

Bit of a historical memory here, but you may want to check what the NFSMAPID is set to - it should be a domain from memory but......

Also might be worth considering a restart of the mapid service as it may stale.

Regards

Gull04

Last edited by gull04; 11-01-2017 at 08:52 AM.. Reason: Additional Information.

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