[Gluster-users] glusterfs volume not mounted at boot time (RedHat 8.4)
d.lesca at solinos.it
Fri Aug 27 15:12:03 UTC 2021
I have try to remove only the "noauto" in my fstab line but none is
Then I have follow you suggest and I try to leave only
In this case the volume after reboot is mounted.
But my problem is that this volume must mount before libvirtd start, or
maybe it is better to say, libvirtd must start after "glusterd is start
and volume is mount".
This is why I added those x-systemd directives
There is some solution to this issue?
Il giorno ven, 27/08/2021 alle 14.53 +0000, a.schwibbe at gmx.net ha
> 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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