Bug 54784

Summary: mount command not showing nfs mounts done by amd
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Sandeep Prasad <sandeep_prasad>
Component: am-utilsAssignee: Peter Vrabec <pvrabec>
Status: CLOSED WONTFIX QA Contact: Aaron Brown <abrown>
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Description Sandeep Prasad 2001-10-18 20:47:16 UTC
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Description of problem:
I have turned off autofs, de-installed amd that came with RedHat 7.1 
distribution. I downloaded am-utils6.0.7, built it, and installed it 
in /usr/local/AMD/*. Then I set it up to restart at boot time.
Now all my NFS mounts are accessible when I need them, but their entries 
are not in /etc/mtab. They are there in /proc/mounts file.
a"mount" command and "df" command are not showing the NFS filesystem 
related info in their output. 

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How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1.disable autofs
2.de-install amd-utils rpm that comes with RedHat 7.1, and download, build 
and install am-utils6.0.7. Setup the necessary amd maps. Access some NFS 
mounted directories. 
3.mount and df commands will not report NFS related info, but only local 
filesystem related info is outputted. I found /proc/mounts has the right 
info, but /etc/mtab doesn't have NFS filesystem related info.
	

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Comment 1 Peter Vrabec 2005-09-26 15:49:40 UTC
This is problem of upstream am-utils-6.0.7. I think they have it fixed in
current release.