Suggested change to LFS bootscripts

Eddie Olsson ewt at avajadi.org
Sun Oct 20 08:28:14 PDT 2002


One solution to the situation is to have a script that remounts all nfs mounts readonly before shutting down the network.
That way the nfs client won't mind about not being able to acces the server,

/Avajadi
On Fri, 18 Oct 2002 14:18:42 -0600
Gerard Beekmans <gerard at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:

> On October 15, 2002 12:38 pm, DJ Lucas wrote:
> > K40sysklogd
> > K50network
> > K60sendsignals
> > K70mountfs
> > K80swap
> > K90localnet
> > K99halt/K99reboot
> 
> Another one:
> 
> if you're using NFS you're killing the network before you had a chance to run 
> the mountfs script which umount the NFS shares. By disabling the network 
> before unmounting NFS, it'll go haywire and you'd get long delays while NFS 
> needs to timeout before mountfs continues.
> 
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