On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 3:55 PM, Michael R. Davis <mrdvt92(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>> - /etc/fstab.d/ capability
>Could you provide an example of why this might be useful? Do you
>programmatically change mount points enough for this?
I have applications that need mounts points. I need to deploy to every server. I'd
like to do this in RPM easily not in chef or puppet or augtool.
In Fedora, this is clearly the purview of mount and automount units
with systemd. An RPM can drop them into /etc/systemd/system/*.mount
and enable them. There is no need for fstab.d.