On Tue, 10 Jan 2012 19:13:07 -0500, Lew Pitcher <lpitc...@teksavvy.com> wrote:Looks odd to me, I'd never think to pop an nfs mountpoint in /var.
> Slackware 12.2 with all relevant patches applied
>I have several directories exported from an NFS server, all mounted at boot
>time to subdirectories in /var/nfs/merlin (a custom directory). This
>configuration has not changed at all in the last four years; neither the
>exporting system nor the mounting system have had alterations to
>permissions or NFS settings.
Not saying you're wrong, doesn't seem right to do that. But I
Maybe something wrote important state into to the mountpoints
Check for files on the mountpoint with NFS imports unmounted,
>I've checked permissions, NFS (both the server and the client system)
I've been known to write stuff to the mountpoint and not notice
until the mountpoint ran out of space. Oops... :o)
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