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Just a guess, since nobody else replied.... Perhaps it's a problem with the autofs driver. Linux kernel drivers can be built into the kernel or built as modules.
# lsmod | grep autofs autofs4 26149 3 # find /lib/modules -name autofs4 /lib/modules/2.6.39-100.7.1.el6uek.x86_64/kernel/fs/autofs4 /lib/modules/2.6.32-300.3.1.el6uek.x86_64/kernel/fs/autofs4 /lib/modules/2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64/kernel/fs/autofs4
Thanks Dude, i had a look at that already and it only muddied the water. It seems that the kernel that is booted during a kickstart does not have autofs built in (which also seems to be different from OEL6u2). When i do an modprobe autofs it tells me it cannot read the modules.dep file for the kernel i am running (which is different then the 2 that are being installed). I was able to get around this problem by doing an NFS mount out of my kickstart file and running the configuration scrips from the mount point.
It is possible that i have missed something else in the install, that i had in OEL6u2, so i will try the packages from that kickstart file and see if the problem persists.