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SubjectRe: Autofs4 breakage (was 2.6.19 -mm merge plans)
On Wed, 2006-09-20 at 13:54 -0700, Andrew Morton wrote:

> add-newline-to-nfs-dprintk.patch
> fs-nfs-make-code-static.patch
> NFS queue -> Trond.
> The NFS git tree breaks autofs4 submounts. Still.

I still suspect that is due to a misconfigured selinux setup on your
machine. If autofs4 expects to be able to do mkdir() on your NFS
partition (something which in itself is wrong), then selinux should be
configured to allow it to do so.

Anyhow, does reverting the patch;a=commitdiff;h=a634904a7de0d3a0bc606f608007a34e8c05bfee;hp=ddeff520f02b92128132c282c350fa72afffb84a

'fix' the issue for you?


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