NFS over GB ethernet

M A Suzen mehmet.suzen at bristol.ac.uk
Wed Nov 6 12:41:16 EST 2002


You might try to check network interface(s) (ifconfig) before mounting  and 
then mount the filesystem, instead of using fstab
during startup. Just put a script under /etc/init.d Or check man fstab

--On 06 November 2002 7:14am -0700 Art Edwards <edwardsa at plk.af.mil> wrote:

> We are just bringing to life a cluster using Debian over GB
> ethernet. We want to mount /home and /usr/local via nfs but it seems
> that at boot time the GB link isn't up so the mount fails.The mounts
> succeed after the link is up. Do we need a timeo variable in the fstab?
>
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