nfs mount fails in Ubuntu 10, but not with -v
joseph.loo at dslextreme.com
Thu Jun 10 03:27:25 UTC 2010
Stuart Reynolds wrote:
> I've tried:
> (1) mount -t nfs remotehost:/remotedir localmountpoint -o owner,rw
> (2) mount -v -t nfs remotehost:/remotedir localmountpoint -o owner,rw
> (1) Used to work with Ubuntu 9 and now fails with Ubuntu 10
> (2.6.32-21-generic kernel) with the error:
> mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified
> Strangely, adding -v (verbose) in (2) makes the problem go away.
> This is currently a blocker for me because the fstab line:
> remotehost:/remotedir localmountpoint nfs owner,rw 0 0
> causes the same error (I don't believe I can specify verbose in fstab).
> Is this a bug in mount or are my options really incorrect?
> - Stu
I see the same problem with autofs. my problem seems to me the autofs
daemon does not start up quick enough. if I do a manual start of autfs
it will work okay. if I wait a while or login into an account that does
not use an automount, it works shortly after. i had checked /etc/rc5.d
and it is in there. I suspect your problem is the same, the mount
portion of the program is not starting up fast enough.
jloo at acm.org
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