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Re: portmap & network filesystems in /etc/rcS.d

"Miquel van Smoorenburg" <miquels@cistron.nl> writes:
> The basic idea is that you ONLY mount networked filesystems
> through /etc/fstab if they are crucial for the initial booting.
> E.g., /usr on NFS.
Why shall they be "crucial" ???
Mounting /home or /var/mail because they are needed for operation is a
traditional and sensible admin behavior.
> All other network filesystems should be mounted with automount,
> so that they are mounted on demand instead of always.
automount is only needed for unfrequent remote fs use or removable

Marc Dequènes (Duck)

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