[Bug 611397] Re: gssd does not start reliably at boot if /usr is on a separate partition
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Fri Sep 28 18:15:14 UTC 2012
This bug was fixed in the package nfs-utils - 1:1.2.6-3ubuntu2
nfs-utils (1:1.2.6-3ubuntu2) quantal; urgency=low
[ Steve Langasek ]
* Adjust upstart jobs to treat TYPE=nfs and TYPE=nfs4 mounts identically,
since TYPE=nfs4 is considered deprecated.
* Fix various boot-time race conditions between mountall and nfs-utils by
moving handling of the 'mounting' events to separate gssd-mounting and
idmapd-mounting jobs. Requires mountall 2.41 or better to avoid deadlock
on boot. LP: #643289, LP: #611397.
* Fix the stop conditions: never stop on 'runlevel ' since that gives
the system no time to cleanly unmount nfs mounts; instead, stop only on
the unmounted-remote-filesystems event.
* Newer versions of gssd don't talk to portmap, so don't make the upstart
job depend on it.
* Add an instance to statd-mounting, and change it to just wait for statd
instead of trying to trigger it potentially out of order. This also means
we don't need to try to force portmap to start from statd.
[ Matthew L. Dailey ]
* Add "-e" (ticket expiry is error) option to rpc.gssd to prevent hangs due
to EKEYEXPIRED error from kernel on ticket expiry. LP: #794112
-- Stephane Graber <stgraber at ubuntu.com> Fri, 28 Sep 2012 13:58:43 -0400
** Changed in: nfs-utils (Ubuntu)
Status: Triaged => Fix Released
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gssd does not start reliably at boot if /usr is on a separate
Status in “nfs-utils” package in Ubuntu:
in my /etc/default/nfs-common, NEED_GSSD is set to yes, but rpc.gssd
is not started.
The reason is that, due to /etc/init/gssd.conf, rpc.gssd should be
started after portmap was started or an NFS4 filesystem must be
mounted with certain options. This can be reached before any other
than the root filesystem is mounted, so that if /usr/sbin, where
rpc.gssd is located, is on another disk partition than /, rpc.gssd is
not yet present at that early boot time
DistroRelease: Ubuntu 9.04
Package: nfs-common 1:1.1.4-1ubuntu1
PATH=(custom, no user)
ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu 2.6.32-24.38-generic 126.96.36.199+drm33.5
Uname: Linux 2.6.28-19-generic x86_64
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