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#1 2013-12-19 12:54:44

Arakis
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From: Hamminkeln - Germany
Registered: 2013-08-11
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NFS mount on boot failing after systemd upgrade

Hello,
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

uname -a:

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).

Greetings,
Sebastian

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#2 2013-12-19 19:09:55

brain0
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From: Aachen - Germany
Registered: 2005-01-03
Posts: 1,382

Re: NFS mount on boot failing after systemd upgrade

You enabled fsck for your nfs mount, but there is no way to fsck nfs. Put a 0 in the last column of fstab.

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#3 2013-12-19 21:36:33

Arakis
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From: Hamminkeln - Germany
Registered: 2013-08-11
Posts: 42
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Re: NFS mount on boot failing after systemd upgrade

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.

Greetings,
Sebastian

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