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For clarifying the format of vfstab in mativare's question.

I'm not a Sun guru, but his problem sounded urgent so I started helping out getting him going again; Next time I'll leave it all to you ;)

Just add a comment to this "question" & I'll give you your share of the expert points.

Regards,
Tim
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Don't tell me we were actually any help??  ;-)
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Don't argue - mativare seems happy enough!
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