[Gluster-users] systemd-script

Anoop C S anoopcs at autistici.org
Thu Jul 26 10:36:00 UTC 2018

On Thu, 2018-07-26 at 12:23 +0200, Stefan Kania wrote:
> Hello,
> I have the following problem:
> If I reboot a node in a gluster-cluster on a Debian- or Ubuntu-System
> the fuse-mount is not working if I just put the mount-options into the
> /etc/fstab. For this reason I wrote a systemd-script as followed:
> -----------------
> [Unit]
> Description = Data dir
> After=network.target glusterfs-server.service
> Required=network-online.target
> [Mount]
> What=c1:/gv1
> Where=/glusterfs
> Type=glusterfs
> Options=defaults,acl
> [Install]
> WantedBy=multi-user.target
> -----------------
> Somtimes the the volume will be mounted and sometime not. I can't figure
> out why it's sometime not mounting the volume. If I execute the script
> after a reboot the volume is mounting, so the script is working only the
> conditions during the boot-process are the problem (I think). Can
> someone give me a hint where to change things in my script?

Instead of this custom script, does it help if you put the following option to /etc/fstab?

x-systemd.requires=<service name>

See http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man5/systemd.mount.5.html#FSTAB for more details.

> It dosn't matter which gluster-version or which OS-Version I use it's
> always the same.
> Stefan
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