named and nfs mounts at boot time

Christopher Sean Hilton chris at
Tue Jul 24 16:32:41 UTC 2007

On Mon, 2007-07-16 at 09:12 -0500, Reid Linnemann wrote:
> Written by Tim Daneliuk on 07/13/07 17:29>>
> > 
> > 'Just wondering if there is a way to get the warnings during boot to
> > be quiet without resorting to using IP addresses in the fstab nfs
> > mount entries...
> > 
> > 

> If the filesystems are not needed until the system is up multiuser, you 
> could specify the 'late' option on them in fstab, forcing them to be 
> delayed until /etc/rc.d/mountlate is run after /etc/rc.d/DAEMON has 
> completed. This will ensure that named is running prior to the mount, 
> since DAEMON requires SERVERS, which starts named.

It seems like a lot of work but the automounting daemon amd solves these
and other issues with an nfs server being unavailable when an nfs client
boots up.

-- Chris

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