Reported by: Geoffray Levasseur <email@example.com>;
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2019 11:03:01 UTC;
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From: Geoffray Levasseur <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: CephFS in fstab Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2019 12:48:33 +0000 Package: ceph-fs-common Version: 10.2.11-2 Hi, I'm running CephFS filesystem on Proxmox servers. Virtual machines runs Devuan ASCII or Devuan Beowulf. Almost all the virtual machines will need access to a CephFS storage, and services like Apache or nsd will require access to CephFS to run. So I've put CephFS entry in fstab with an existing mount point not forgetting the _netdev option. Manual mount with "mount /mountpoint" works just perfectly. At start-up, the mount is not done and services that depends on it are failing to start. I had the same issue with GlusterFS. NFS in an other hand works perfectly, thanks to a dedicated script called (as far as I remember) nfs-mount in /etc/init.d. I think the nfs-mount startup script should be renamed net-mount and any _netdev optioned entry in fstab should be mounted by it. Elsewhere, other network filesystem should come with dedicated mount script or a sample script in documentation. Thank you, -- Geoffray Levasseur Technicien UPS - UMR CNRS 5566 / LEGOS - Service Informatique <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> http://www.geoffray-levasseur.org/ GNU/PG public key : C89E D6C4 8BFC C9F2 EEFB 908C 89C2 CD4D CD9E 23AA Quod gratis asseritur gratis negatur.