Bug#251425: Dangerous /etc/mtab setup on reboot.
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On Wed, Jul 14, 2004 at 01:32:18PM -0400, Eric Sharkey wrote:
> But isn't another option to just have the order of unmount operations
> reversed for diskless nodes? It seems to me that it would be better
> for "diskless" nodes to unmount local file systems first, and then network
> file systems. Wouldn't that solve the problem equally well?
Yes, it might make more sense, since diskless nodes have their
root filesystem mounted over the network. Moreover, the umountnfs.sh
and umountfs init scripts seem to support reversing them in thins case
with no addtional patching, so I think reversing their priorities
might work just fine.
Ivan Vilata i Balaguer @ FIGHT AGAINST SOFTWARE PATENTS! @
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