remount without noexec attribute

CentOS /var mount point is usually with noexec attribute. This is annoying when executing scripts on that mount point, like Ambari scripts !

SO if you have these “permission denied” on executing a script, simply remount your mount point :

$ sudo mount -o remount,exec /var

Don’t forget to modify accordingly your /etc/fstab file so that modification will be permanent and not loose at each reboot.

So, what do you think ?

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