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Re: Cron and find

As long as nfs is included in PRUNEFS in /etc/find.conf, the nfs mount 
points should be excluded.  However, I have heard of a few instances
of complaints.  I tested it again last night, with findutils-4.1-25,
and it worked for me.  If you experience difficulty, please email me.

Kirk Hilliard <kirk@ghoti.com> writes:

> kestrel@aye.net writes:
> > I often have some nfs filesystems mounted on my machine and whenever cron
> > runs updatedb I end up with a huge mail listing each file on the nfs
> > filesystems saying permission denied. Is there a way to stop this message
> > without unmounting the filesystems?
> Hi G'razel!
> Have you tried adding the NFS mount point to PRUNEPATHS in
> /etc/updatedb.conf?  Check out updatedb(1).

Kevin Dalley

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