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mailserver declaration need only be used if you are using
cfengine's model for mounting NFS filesystems. This declaration informs
hosts of which NFS filesystem contains mail for its users. All hosts
apart from the mail-host itself must then mount the mail spool directory
across the network. The declaration looks like this:
mailserver: class:: mailhost:/var/spool/mail
The result of the
mailcheck command in the action-sequence is now
to mount the filesystem
/var/spool/mail on the host
mailhost. This action is carried out on any machine which does
not already have that filesystem mounted.
The mail spool directory is mounted, by default, onto the official mail
spool directory for the system which is parsing the program. In other
words, on an HPUX system, the spool directory is mounted on
/usr/mail by default, whereas on a Sun system it would be mounted
/var/spool/mail. The default location can be changed by using
the resource file. See section 6.2 `cfrc' resource file.
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