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From: Christos Zoulas
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 13:38:19 -0400

On Apr 22,  1:22pm, larry.jones@sdrc.com (Larry Jones) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: (no subject)

| Christos Zoulas writes:
| > 
| > On the server the repository is mounted
| > via amd as a local mount:
| > 
| > % amq | grep /src/twosigma
| > /src/twosigma  ufs     /dev/sda9                 /net/fsdv1/src-1/twosigma
| > 
| > It is just that I don't want to give out /net/fsdv1/src-1/twosigma
| > as the repository name, and I want to keep the logical name
| > /src/twosigma as the advertised repository path, so that I can move
| > things around when I want to.
| So why don't you just mount /dev/sda9 on /src/twosigma?  I agree that
| CVS should be fixed, but it seems like you're just making trouble for
| yourself in the meantime.

Because /src is an automounted directory and you cannot mount things under
it (since it is controlled by amd):

% df /src
Filesystem           1k-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
fsdv1:(pid781)               0         0         0   -  /src

Now, I could change my cvs machine not to use amd, but then this machine
would be `special' and I don't like to special case things for no reason.

I am trying not to make trouble for myself, but it seems that using amd
and cvs together is not an easy task.


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