Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 13475
updatedb shouldn't include nfs as a default
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:14:38 EDT
updatedb -f nfs does the trick, but wouldn't that be better for default ?
Hm, possibly. It doesn't include it when run from cron.
Perhaps we should add a default updatedb.conf that does the same thing?
If you do this (which would be a good thing... stale nfs mounts can cause
problems in this case), also make sure that afs is excluded. I believe it is,
but am not 100% certain and pegging every afs server on the planet tends to be a
bad idea :)
now slocate-2.2-5 contains a default updatedb.conf.