Last time I checked, /etc/mnttab on AIX had a very odd format ... some mounts used @ in the device name, the meaning of which was not particularly clear to me.
It certainly would be possible to support AIX, however it is just something I haven't gotten around to yet, as that OS doesn't seem to have a particularly large marked share among Webmin users.
On 29/Mar/2006 13:38 Greg Moeller wrote ..
Could you not just add a symlink of /etc/mnttab —> /etc/mtab for this to work?Or whatever "standard" is decided upon.. you could make a /etc/webmnt —> <particular structure for OS>Just a thought,-Greg Moeller
>>> firstname.lastname@example.org 3/29/2006 11:17 >>>Hi Ed,
Unfortunately, that monitor type is not supported on AIX at the moment. To work it needs to be able to get a list of mounted filesystems, and each OS seems to store that information in a differnet way (/etc/mtab vs /etc/mnttab vs /proc/mounts etc..)
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I just installed Webmin on an IBM AIX 5.2 system. When I try to add a disk space monitor in the ‘System and Server Status’ module, the “Filesystem to Check” drop down list is empty. I didn’t see anything in the archives that was similar to this.