Patrick.Begou at hmg.inpg.fr
Tue Dec 9 08:22:39 EST 2003
Kimmo Kallio a écrit :
> This is not specific to your application but a general autofs issue: If
> and autofs directory is not mounted, it simply doesn't exists and some
> operations (like file exists) do fail. As a workaround try doing a
> indirect autofs mount via a symlink, instead of mounting:
> do a link :
> /my/directory -> /tmp_mnt/my/directory
> and automount /tmp_mnt/my/directory instead, but always use /my/directory
> in file references. Resolving the link forces the mount operation and
> solves the problem.
I've done something similar but I've added "." in the linked path, like
/my/directory -> /tmp_mnt/my/directory/.
I didn't get any problem with such a link.
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