The /etc/filesystems file is populated when a new file system is configured or when an importvg operation is performed. The OS will mount the file systems in the order read from the /etc/filesystems file. This can be a problem with nested file systems if they aren't configured or added in the correct order. I've come across this problem quite often when dealing with disaster recovery activities, platform migrations, and data center migrations. Unfortunately, the problem is often ...

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