[CentOS] How can I prevent apache from mounting all home directories?
Alfred von Campe
alfred at von-campe.com
Tue Nov 20 00:56:04 UTC 2012
On Nov 19, 2012, at 16:43, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
> For me, it's a gnome thing, not apache.
Well, it's a combination of both. Gnome by itself doesn't do this; it only happens when you add apache to the mix.
I set the init level to 3 on one of my test systems and rebooted. I also configured apache to no start automatically. After a few minutes I logged in and checked /home and there were no directories mounted. As soon as I did a "service httpd start" the home directories started to get mounted. And this is at run level 3 with no GUI running!
This does not happen in CentOS 5.8. I think it's a bug (not a CentOS specific bug, but rather an upstream bug) and would love to know if anyone knows of a workaround. I don't have any RHEL system so I am wondering if I can file a bug with Red Hat about this or not.
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