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Description of problem:
the netfs init script from initscripts starts gfs filesystems. This
causes 2 problems.
1. If you don't want to start GFS then you can't have other network
2. It does not stop GFS filesystems so you still need the gfs script.
I think the bug belongs in initscripts but it only becomes a bug if
you use GFS so I am entering it here.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add this to /etc/fstab
/dev/pool/storage00 /mnt/gfs1 gfs defaults
2. reboot or run service netfs start
Actual Results: netfs mounts gfs filesystems
Expected Results: netfs should ignore gfs filesystems and leave them
for the gfs script.
My quick fix:
perl -pi -e "s|nonfs,smbfs,ncpfs$|nonfs,smbfs,ncpfs,gfs|"
A better solution would have a config file for netfs which gfs can
update if/when it is required (ie when you install the GFS rpm).
Not the init script maintainer.
> A better solution would have a config file for netfs which gfs can
> update if/when it is required (ie when you install the GFS rpm).
Do you mean like /etc/fstab?
If you don't want GFS to get mounted by the initscripts, you can
specify "noauto" as a filesystem option in /etc/fstab.
You are correct that netfs is mounting too many filesystems. I
thought that netfs had been updated to ignore gfs filesystems (it
should have been updated).
Applying the following patch (as jn it.swin.edu.au pointed out) ought
to resolve the issue:
diff -u init.d.orig/netfs init.d/netfs
--- init.d.orig/netfs 2004-11-23 16:41:35.000000000 -0600
+++ init.d/netfs 2004-11-23 16:40:55.000000000 -0600
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
[ -n "$SMBFSTAB" ] && action $"Mounting SMB filesystems: "
mount -a -t smbfs
[ -n "$NCPFSTAB" ] && action $"Mounting NCP filesystems: "
mount -a -t ncpfs
- action $"Mounting other filesystems: " mount -a -t
+ action $"Mounting other filesystems: " mount -a -t
# Unmount loopback stuff first
Created attachment 107352 [details]
disable gfs in init.d/netfs
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