SUMMARY: Multiple-disk /export/home

From: Brian Lalor (
Date: Tue Apr 14 1998 - 13:42:48 CDT

Thanks to all who answered (and quickly, too!). The general consensus is
that I should either use the DiskSuite or automount home directories. I
believe that the latter solution is unacceptable for my situation because
in our environment (purely development), each user needs to be able to
get access to other users' home directories and I don't think that would
be possible without each user having to figure out where usera's home
directory is. How does that work if you do a "ls -al ~userb" and they're
not logged in? What does ~userb get expanded to?

Anyway, I think I'm going to install DiskSuite this weekend and go from

Thanks to:
"Marc S. Gibian" <>
Ronald Loftin <>
Kevin Colagio <>
"Marc S. Gibian" <>
Phil Banham - Sapienza Consulting <>
Richard J Niziak <>
James T Ranks <>
"Tony C. Wu" <>
"Brooke King (6532)" <>
David Thorburn-Gundlach <>
Anthony Worrall <>
"\"The Late\" Ian Angles" <>
David Schiffrin <>


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