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I face one issue sometime with autofs filesystem in Suse 9 unable to start automount directories in suse9 linux by using the below command when system is online /etc/init.d/autofs stop ...
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    autofs problem in suse 9


    I face one issue sometime with autofs filesystem in Suse 9

    unable to start automount directories in suse9 linux by using the below command when system is online
    /etc/init.d/autofs stop and start
    but sometime it work .
    If I reboot the autofs client then its work fine
    autofs package used is autofs-4.xxxx.rpm so pls let me know what is the issue for this , is there any patch ?

    kindly need your reply on this

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    Not knowing what XXXX is there is no way to tell if there is a newer version.

    You might do a google for that RPM.

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    HI Gogalthorp,

    Thanks for your concern , the rpm we are using is autofs-4.1.3.lmw4-2.rpm

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    I found this for 5.0.1


    Autofs 5.0.1 rpm Fedora Core 6

    Of course I have no idea if it will work with your kernel.

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