On Mon, Apr 07, 2014 at 08:18:28AM -0400, Steve Dickson wrote:
My apologies for the delayed response... I was
traveling last week...
On 04/03/2014 02:58 AM, Baoquan He wrote:
> On 04/03/14 at 02:32pm, WANG Chao wrote:
>> On 03/31/14 at 03:17pm, Baoquan He wrote:
>>> + local _target _fstype
>>> + local _s _t
>>> + local _mntpoint
>>> + local _path _save_path
>>> + is_user_configured_dump_target && return
>>> + _save_path=$(grep ^path "/etc/kdump.conf"| cut -d' '
>>> + [ -z "$_save_path" ] && _save_path=$DEFAULT_PATH
>>> + _mntpoint=$(get_mntpoint_from_path $_save_path)
>>> + _target=$(get_target_from_path $_save_path)
>>> + if [ "$_mntpoint" != "/" ]; then
>>> + _fstype=$(get_fs_type_from_target $_target)
>>> + if [ "$_fstype" = "nfs" ];then
>>> + kdump_install_net "$_target"
>> $_fstype could be "nfs4" (I found this on my setup) and kdump will
>> You need to handle this "nfs4" case as well.
> Good catch, chao. I used rhel7 client and rhel5 server to test, then
> fstype is always nfs when I execute findmnt. When use rhel7 client and
> fedora server, fstype is nfs4 when execute findmnt.
> Hi Steve,
> So from v4, has the rule been changed? It will return nfs4 or nfs, why
> not doing like before?
Well, I'm guess its because the default protocol has changed from v3 to v4
but you should have seen this problem with RHEL6 as well since when
the default protocol changed.
> I am not sure who is the maintainer of util-linux which contains
> findmnt, do you know this?
Karel Zak is the maintainer, I've cc-ed him....
findmnt reads /proc/self/mountinfo
Karel Zak <kzak(a)redhat.com>