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From: aaaa wwwwww <>
Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2000 22:23:23 -0800
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Dear Malladi

Quite puzzling ! Some where some thing missing !

Any way in SUN U need not to reboot to mount filesystem

Enter in vfstab give mountall command



On Tue, 05 Dec 2000 11:41:29  
 Rama Malladi wrote:

>Hi !
> There is some strange problem with this mailing list ... Looks like a new
>feature is implemented by the list administrator, where if we have
>"v*a*c*a*t*i*o*n" in the subject/body, the mail gets rejected !!!
> I had to put the "*" in the above line, otherwise, even this message will
>be rejected....
>How Silly !
>This was my original message that was rejected ...
>----- begin returned message -----
> We got a brand new Sun box with Solaris 7 on it... It had 8x13GB disks
>and all the file systems were mounted okay. It had one Oracle Development
>database (for testing purposes) and it was running okay.
> Due to some software update (Sunrays) problem, our sysadmin, wiped out
>everything and re-installed Solaris 7 again with the correct Sunrays
> After this .. Our Sysadmin has gone on "v*a*c*a*t*i*o*n" and I am left
>alone :-(
>Now the entries in VFSTAB are gone and we had only one FileSystem mounted
>after the update. Luckily I had old copy of the VFSTAB and I tried to put
>the old values in the VFSTAB and reboot several times. I could not get the
>other filesystems up. I tried to do a 'mount' from the command prompt
>too.... In the end I stopped working on it and left the work for the
>sysadmin after he comes back from "v*a*c*a*t*i*o*n".
>All of a sudden (after 2 days of no activity), I see the Filesysystems
>mounted !!! As I said nothing happened for the last 2 days and there is no
>other user for this system. Do you have any idea about why the FS did not
>mount in the first place and then why they are mounted after 2 days??
>Rama Malladi, Sr. Oracle DBA
>Oracle Certified Professional (8 and 8i)
>Inteliant Corp., California
>----- end returned message -----
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