Check if all specified nfs/cifs/davfs mounts exist and if they are correct implemented. That means we check
/etc/fstab, the mountpoints in the filesystem and if they are mounted. It is written for Linux, uses proc-Filesystem and was tested on Debian, OpenSuse 10.1 10.2 10.3 11.0, SLES 10.1 11.1, RHEL 5 6, CentOS 5 6 and solaris
$PROGNAME [-m FILE] $NFSmountpoint [$NFSmountpoint2 ...]
-m FILE Use this mtab instead (default is /proc/mounts) -f FILE Use this fstab instead (default is /etc/fstab) -N NUMBER FS Field number in fstab -M NUMBER Mount Field number in fstab -T SECONDS Responsetime at which an NFS is declared as staled (default: 3)
now we check if the given parameters ...
- ... exist in the /etc/fstab
- ... are mounted
- ... df -k gives no stale
- ... exist on the filesystem
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