The configuration file /etc/fstab contains the necessary information to automate the process of mounting partitions.

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Mounting with fstab - error 13 (access denied)

I have one server that is mounting with fstab using a credentials file. The credentials file (.Smbcredentials) code is : username=my_windows_login password=my_password domain=my_domain My code in ...
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automount with curlftpfs

i would like to automount my backuftp with curlftpfs, i added curlftpfs#<serverip> /backup/backupftp fuse allow_other,uid=0,gid=0,umask=0022 0 0 in /etc/fstab and put the login details in /...
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After a yum update, physical drives sda and sdb are swapped and sdc is missing

yum update installed kernel 2.6.32-504.8.1-el6.x86_64, and was correctly installed to /dev/sdb1/boot (ext3). Physical drives on the machine (with expected/normal/previous device labels): /dev/sdb1, ...
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debian unable to automount partition at boot

I have a single usb drive connected to my server, and I am unable to get it to automount at boot time. If I manually execute mount -a it mounts correctly. my fstab is as follows: proc /...
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ec2 instance cant mount glusterfs server

My EC2 instance tries to mount glusterfs volume whic located on another EC2 instance . client instance's /etc/fstab file contains: glusterserver1:/export/brick1 /mnt/glusterfs glusterfs defaults 0 ...
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osx fstab mounting windows share with wrong osx user

My fstab on the osx server is as follows: 192.168.9.99:/TST /Users/HMTS01/BACKUP cifs automated,username=TEST,password=TEST,uid=hmts01,gid=staff,file_mode=0700,dir_mode=0700 0 0 The windows share (...
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New Swap Drive - Linux Hangs during Boot

An application checked the swap space during install and required it to be the same amount as ram. So i added a new disk (Server is a VM) and done the following: swapoff /dev/mapper/ol-swap vgcreate ...
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Bindfs ignores user in /etc/fstab

I'm trying to mount a directory under a specific user:group combo. Using bindfs on the command yields the expected results: root@system:~# bindfs foo bar --user=fooz --group=baz root@system:~# ls -...
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Trouble with SWAP on AWS

I created an AWS m3.large instance. It comes with a single 32GB SSD. During the creation process, I added a second drive for the system. I picked the second drive for the system: xvda1 and the ...
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Windows to linux fileshare is sometimes using old (cached) version of file

I have a fileshare on Windows 7 that I'm accessing from a linux (ubuntu lucid) virtual machine running in VirtualBox. When I change a file in windows, then don't access it for a while (an hour or two ...
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CIFS mounts hang on read

I have a problem with a bunch of CIFS mounts that look like this: //192.168.10.2/remote-share /home/windows-shared/remote-share cifs defaults,user=xxx,password=xxx,uid=603,gid=603 0 0 This ...
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Mounting main partition read-only and temporary folders as tmpfs

I have a small embedded board PC which uses flash card to boot and I'm running Ubuntu server 12.04. But since flash cards have limited lifetime I would like to mount it as read only and have only some ...
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Write Permissions Denied when using sshfs to Mount Remote Directory on Boot

I have two Cent OS 7 servers I am trying to mount a directory from my host server to my client server. I want this to automatically mount on boot. On my host machine (hostmachine.local) I setup a ...
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Can custom /proc mount options be set on OpenVZ containers?

I recently discovered that the way OpenVZ mounts /proc inside of containers by default isn't as secure as it could be (it's mounted as rw). When combined with insecure scripts on the server, this ...
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Dedicated TMP and AMAVIS

I perfectly configured my server and now I made 2 stupid mistakes, I updated perl along with it's dependencies and I made a dedicated TMP dir and included it in fstab to prevent code execution with a ...
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Ubuntu 11.04: FW400 drive won't remount on reboot

Ok, still a *nix n00b, and the answer is likely staring me in the face. Please be patient. Problem FW400 external drive will not mount on system reboot. FW cable needs to be disconnected and ...
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Cygwin and /etc/fstab.d/$USER

I'm unable to see mounts defined in /etc/fstab.d/$USER without running a mount --all command. I'd like to see them whenever I open the bash shell. Here's what I'm doing: echo c:/users/Anthony/...
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s3fs not auto-mount on EC2 reboot

I have this line in /etc/fstab s3fs#s3-bucket.com path/to/dir fuse _netdev,allow_other,default_acl=public-read,iam_role=my_role,use_cache=/s3fscache,retries=5 0 0 Whenever I reboot EC2, I got error ...
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Need to make change to fstab when read-only

I am configuring RAID and filesystems. I had to create /dev/md1 with RAID devices /dev/sda5 and /dev/sda6 on them. Next I needed to edit /etc/fstab, so that /dev/md1 mounts on boot. I made the ...
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Any way to have wildcards in fstab?

My goal is to allow any user to mount a cifs share to /media/networkshare or even better /media/networkshare/share_* Is there any way to allow wildcards in fstab such that they can do that? I can't ...
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Linux, dev-mapper: How to mount a folder with different options than parent folder

I'm using CentOS 7.1 with device-mapper, and /home mounted as /dev/mapper/centos-home on /home type xfs (rw,relatime,seclabel,attr2,inode64,noquota) I'd like to include in fstab an entry for ...
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Not recognizing path to credentials on fstab

I'm trying to mount a remote filesystem with fstab, and using a credentials file to load the username and password, but for some reason I get this error message when I try to use # mount -a: mount ...
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Preventing a read-write first automount after adding a VHDX onto a CentOS7 HyperV VM

I have a VHDX file (representing a non-boot ext4 fs) that I need to run some forensics on. I have a working CentOS7 HyperV VM on a Win2012R2 host. I want to attach the VHDX to the CentOS7 VM, which ...
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Mounting a webdav share to its original Linux server

Ok, so normally, a server provides a webdav share, and that can be accessed by mounting it on some other computer. What I want to do is to mount it (permanently) not elsewhere, but on the actual ...
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Ordering mount --bind and OpenVZ start on boot

I am using mount --bind to share some directories/files between containers. My issue is that on root server boot, the containers are started, but these mounts are not yet mounted. Some of the services ...
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partition turned read only after mysql crash

I am not able to write on a particular partition. The mysql data directory is hosted on that partition and it suddenly became read-only when mysql crashed on a query. [root@ESERVER new_dir]# > /...
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cifs mount not working using fstab on RHEL6

I had a line in my fstab file that until this morning allowed me to read and write to a windows share (dummy IP address is shown below) //111.111.1.111/ecc /mnt/nas2 cifs user,uid=500,gid=500,...