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Re: [SLE] automount + yp == trouble
  • From: lynette@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Lynette Bellini)
  • Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2000 15:33:39 -0500
  • Message-id: <200004032033.PAA00421@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>



Jon, thanks very much for your reply. Finding documentation on this
has been rather difficult.

> Setup on my clients (I removed the 'auto.misc' stuff here. That's
> irrelevant right now):
>
> # > cat /etc/auto.master
> +auto_master

Mine now looks exactly like the above.

> # > ypcat -k auto.master
> /home auto.home -nosuid,noquota

Mine looks like:

# ypcat -k auto.master
+auto_master
/home auto_home -nobrowse
/xfn -xfn
/net -hosts -nosuid,nobrowse

> # > cat /etc/auto.home
> +auto_home

Mine now looks exactly like the above.

> # > ypcat -k auto.home
> foo -rw,intr,nosuid,noquota host_foo:/export/home

Mine looks like:

# ypcat -k auto.home
+auto_home
projects www:/export/projects
listserv moby:/export/newhome/listserv
.
.
.

(The NIS master runs Solaris; I wonder if something is different in
the fields automount is expecting?)

> I can't recall right now if there was any magic in addition to this.
> It's been a while since I set up these maps. Just try my setup and
> see if that solves your problem.
> If not, just send me a mail, and I'll dig deeper in my setup.

With the above configuration, automount does not start when I run autofs
start, and the following information is captured to the messages file:

Apr 3 13:34:08 sevengill automount[7971]: starting automounter
version 3.1.3, path = automount, maptype = -t, mapname = 300
Apr 3 13:34:08 sevengill automount[7971]: Map argc = 4
Apr 3 13:34:08 sevengill automount[7971]: Map argv[0] = 300
Apr 3 13:34:08 sevengill automount[7971]: Map argv[1] = /home
Apr 3 13:34:08 sevengill automount[7971]: Map argv[2] = yp
Apr 3 13:34:08 sevengill automount[7971]: Map argv[3] = /etc/auto.home
Apr 3 13:34:08 sevengill automount[7971]: cannot open lookup module -t (/usr/lib/autofs//lookup_-t.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory)

Thanks very much for your help.

Lynette Bellini
Systems Administrator
University of Minnesota


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