My query was :-
> This used to work :-
>Sun CD-Rom drive Solaris 2.3
>In /etc/dfs/dfstab : 'share -F nfs -o ro=Machine_2 -d "CD-Rom" /cdrom'
> Insert CD into drive. Wait while vold does the necessary. On
>Machine 2 type 'cd /net/Machine_1/cdrom'. Two directories appear - the
>name of the disk and 'cdrom0' which is a link to the former. 'cd' into
>either and the directory tree appears and so on.
> Machine_1 has been upgraded to Solaris 2.4. Now 'cd'ing into cdrom0
>or the disk name is still successful but the directories are empty. I've
>had a rummage through the 2.4 man pages on vold and share but I didn't
>spot any differences to 2.3.
> Any ideas ?
First past the post : Koen Peeters <email@example.com>
The key file is /etc/rmmount.conf where 'share cdrom*' (or a suitable
variant) needs to be added. I neglected to mention that it wasn't really
an upgrade to 2.4, more of a complete install so this line, present in 2.3,
was not carried over. I didn't add it for 2.3 but that's no excuse because
rmmount.conf is referenced in the vold.conf man page.
Thanks to Koen and anyone who replies after this summary goes out.
David Procter Digital Communications Development,
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