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I recently upgraded a few RedHat 6.2 boxes with with the 2.2.19 RPM available in the 6.2 updates area. I upgraded the mount RPM at the
same time. Regular nfs mounts work without a problem, but amd seems to use its own mount code. When I access any /net/<machine> mount,
everything seems to work, but the kernel complains in the syslog: "Warning: version of mount is older than the kernel" (I'm sorry, that's not an
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Take a standard 6.2 machine, update to the 2.2.19 RPM and the recent mount RPM from the RedHat 6.2 updates area.
2. Start amd.
3. Access a machine from /net/<whatever> or /misc/<something>, whatever amd is configured to automount.
4. Look in the syslog or console for the kernel warnings.
Actual Results: An error in the syslog. I'm not sure if this adversely affects the mounted filesystem, though I don't believe it does.
See the bug report I filed a week earlier:
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 133708 ***