[Gluster-users] glusterfs volume not mounted at boot time (RedHat 8.4)

a.schwibbe at gmx.net a.schwibbe at gmx.net
Fri Aug 27 14:53:33 UTC 2021


Your fstab line includes mount option "noauto" so it won't automatically mount on boot!?
Try to remove noauto, reboot.
I usually only mount local gluster mount point with defaults,_netdev



"Dario Lesca" d.lesca at solinos.it – 27. August 2021 16:38
> Hello everybody.
> I have setup a glusterfs volume without problem, all work fine.
> But if I reboot a node, when the node start the volume is not mounted.
> If I access to the node via SSH and run "mount /virt-gfs/" the volume
> is mounted correctly.
> This is the /etc/fstab entry:
> virt2.local:/gfsvol1 /virt-gfs glusterfs defaults,_netdev,noauto,x-systemd.automount,x-systemd.device-timeout=120,x-systemd.requires=glusterd.service,x-systemd.before=libvirtd.service 0 0
> For testing, I have also set SElinux to "permissive" but none is
> change.
> Someone can help me?
> If you need some other info, let me know
> Many thanks

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