NFS based /usr prevents normal startup due to slow net init
killing at multiplay.co.uk
Fri Mar 9 12:37:43 UTC 2007
Oliver Fromme wrote:
> For FreeBSD, I think a workable solution would be to
> write a new RC script (e.g. /etc/rc.d/port_up) that
> polls the configured interfaces and waits until they
> are up. It should have a configurable timeout so it
> won't hang forever. Then add it to the REQUIRE line
> of the /etc/rc.d/mountcritremote script.
Although that sounds like a possible solution I wouldnt
be suprised if there are other services which REQUIRE
"NETWORKING" and make assumptions about the network
state which are currently invalid.
Given this perhaps NETWORKING is where this fix should
really be implemented?
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