mount order, Was: nfs mounts don't work through fstab

Eygene Ryabinkin rea-fbsd at
Wed Feb 20 16:29:26 UTC 2008


Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 03:50:24PM +0000, Wilhelm B. Kloke wrote:
> > 'late' option should also work: it permits per-mountpoint control.
> > What to choose is up to you: if you want to delay only the specified
> > mountpoint, use 'late'.  If you want to make all mountpoints of
> > a known type to be mounted after nfs & others -- use extra_netfs_types.
> Thanks. The 'late' option seems not to be documented in fstab(5).

But it is in the mount(8) manual.

> It looks, as if my error analysis was wrong, again. I missed to
> really read the error messages. They are about not finding fsck_nfs
> and fsck_nullfs.

Then you have non-null pass number for these filesystems in your
fstab?  If so, why?  You should not check them -- they are not
fsck'able (sorry for the rude word ;)).

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