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Once you have defined your unique names, how does cfagent know what to mount? The idea is now to define a list of servers for each class of hosts.
Suppose we make a
binservers: mygroup.sun4:: einstein newton
This would tell cfagent that it should mount all binary resources from
newton onto any host of type
in the group
mygroup. Every filesystem which is listed in
mountables and is not a home directory will be mounted.
Home directories and binary resources are kept separate automatically by
cfagent, because a home directory is one whose contents-name matches
homepattern pattern variable. See section 4.6.2 Unique filesystem mountpoints.
homeservers: mygroup:: einstein newton schwinger feynman
would correspondingly mean mount all the home directory resources on the
hosts in the list on all hosts in the group
mygroup. Clearly it
is unnecessary to distinguish between the architecture platform types of
the actual servers for user directories.
In each case, cfagent will mount filesystems, make the appropriate directories for the mount point and edit the filesystem table.
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