[Gluster-users] client mount fails on boot under debian lenny...
phil at cryer.us
Sun Apr 25 03:27:31 UTC 2010
On Sat, Apr 24, 2010 at 9:55 PM, <mki-glusterfs at mozone.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 24, 2010 at 07:57:32PM +0200, Smart Weblications GmbH - Florian Wiessner wrote:
>> Am 24.04.2010 19:08, schrieb mki-glusterfs at mozone.net:
>> > I quote below: "The fstab entry contains options noatime,_netdev
>> > already.".... :) Any other thoughts?
>> the parameter is iirc no_netdev. you can also add glusterfs to the function
>> mount_all_local() in /etc/init.d/mountall.sh and update ../init.d/mountnfs.sh to
>> mount glusterfs.
>> ../init.d/mountnfs.sh is executed after networking is established.
> Yeah I did try modifying mountall.sh, mountnfs.sh and a couple of others
> that already had references to gfs/ocfs in them and add glusterfs to the
> list. I even added it to /etc/network/if-up.d/mountnfs, but even with
> that it did the same thing and barfed until I added a sleep 3 to the
> script right before it's mount attempt line. My fear with modifying all
> those system files is the next apt-get update/upgrade will end up blowing
> the changes away?
>My fear with modifying all those system files is the next apt-get
> update/upgrade will end up blowing the changes away?
This would be my concern as well, and bolsters the original thought of
using /etc/rc.local to handle it. Perhaps background a `sleep x;
mount -a` command, or the like.
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