after upgrading systemd (208-2 --> 208-3), nfs mount on boot will fail. Tested multiple times. After downgrading back to 208-2, all worked fine.
Output of journalctl --reverse:
Dependency failed for Remote File Systems. Dependency failed for /mnt/demeter. Dependency failed for File System Check on /192.168.20.70:/data. Timed out waiting for device 192.168.20.70:-data.device.
/etc/fstab, the nfs line:
192.168.20.70:/data/ /mnt/demeter nfs4 defaults 0 5
Linux eros 3.12.5-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Dec 12 12:57:31 CET 2013 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I'm using the latest packages (expect grub, it's the version before the current, because of huge ugrade problems, too).
You enabled fsck for your nfs mount, but there is no way to fsck nfs. Put a 0 in the last column of fstab.
Ah, big thanks. I thought the last column is the mount order, because it's called "pass". I changed it to zero, and now it works.