Subject: Re: /var/cron -> /etc/cron
To: Curt Sampson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 04/14/1999 00:24:58
>> it doesn't seem (to my probably underinformed mind) that it'd be that
>> difficult. how much is involved? and can we get it done without some
>> sort of "holy war"?
>Those questions are best answered by you attempting this.
hmm...okay. i'll look at it again.
>> why what? why would i have configure it or why would have
>> "bazillions" of mounts?
>Why would you have any loopback mounts?
>> i was envisioning doing something like this:
>> for i in / /usr/ /usr/local/ /usr/pkg/; do
>> cd $i
>> ln -s arch/bin bin
>> ln -s @ arch
>Yeah, that's with symlinks, which gets ugly, which is why I suggested
>using amd. Then you mount nfssvr:/export/$ARCH/usr on /usr,
>nfssrv:/export/share on /usr/share, etc.
what i had i mind was just mounting nfssvr:/usr (or
nfssvr:/export/usr) on /usr without a care for the server's (or the
client's) architecture. and so that the fstab files for all the
clients could be the same.
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