NFS not mounted during boot

Spyros Tsiolis stsiol at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Mar 17 16:49:39 UTC 2016



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On Thu, 17/3/16, Conny Enström <uncurbed at swipnet.se> wrote:

 Subject: NFS not mounted during boot
 To: "Ubuntu user technical support, not for general discussions" <ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
 Date: Thursday, 17 March, 2016, 17:56
 
 Can anyone se any reason that just
 one of these disks are mounted during 
 boot:
 
 # /etc/fstab
 
 192.168.0.113:/media/Big /media/2000GB nfs auto 0 0
 192.168.0.113:/media/Big2 /media/1999GB nfs auto 0 0
 
 After bootup I must run: sudo mount -a
 
 Does it require a pause or something before mounting next
 disk?
 
 Conny
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Hi Conny,

Just a shot in the dark here,

Have you tried "default" ?

e.g.
192.168.0.113:/media/Big<TAB>/media/2000GB<TAB>nfs<TAB>defaults<TAB>0<TAB>0

same for the other line you have.

As you can see I use TABs not spaces. Try that too.

Also have you checked the logs for potential errors/troubles ?

Regards,

s.





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