Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 805668
mount.glusterfs won't auto mount gluster filesystems from /etc/fstab on boot even with the auto mount option
Last modified: 2013-12-18 19:07:45 EST
Description of problem:
mount.glusterfs won't automatically mount gluster filesystems from /etc/fstab on boot even when the fstab line looks like this :
gluster1:/pirdist /pirdist glusterfs transport=tcp,auto 0 0
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a line in /etc/fstab for the gluster filesystem and mount point with or without the auto mount option.
2. Reboot system
3. Gluster filesystems are not mounted after boot.
Gluster filesystems from /etc/fstab are not mounted after boot
Gluster filesystems from /etc/fstab should be automatically mounted after boot by default, and especially so if the "auto" option exists and is used if you guys decide to not make it the default behavior.
Currently have "mount /pirdist" in /etc/rc.local and that seems to be a reasonable workaround.
this needs a '_netdev' option too in the line. Please let us know if providing '_netdev' in /etc/fstab helps or not.
This only affects glusterfs-3.2.x (RHSSA-3.2). This issue is resolved in glusterfs-3.3 (in RHS-2.0).
we are not working on fixing any issues on RHSSA-3.2. Will close the bug as WONTFIX.