On 10/06/2010 08:51 AM, Eero Volotinen wrote: > 2010/10/6 Γιώργος Πάλλας <email@example.com>: > >> On 10/05/2010 05:11 PM, Klistvud wrote: >> >>> Dne, 05. 10. 2010 13:51:39 je Eero Volotinen napisal(a): >>> >>>> try mount using ip address ? Are you sure that network is available >>>> that time? >>>> >>>> or add @reboot mount -a on cron crontab ? >>>> >>>> -- >>>> Eero >>>> >>>> >>> Actually, Eero's answer got me thinking that, at least in your case, >>> perhaps a _netdev mount option in your stab could help? >>> >>> >> With _netdev option I just get in the dmesg logs: [ 141.008430] CIFS: >> Unknown mount option _netdev >> and the share is still not mounted. >> >> Trying with just the IP instead of the dns name, also failed. >> >> Then, I tried something more radical: I replaced /sbin/mount.cifs with >> an ad-hoc shell script that I made, which just issues an echo test > >> /tmp/test. So, after boot, I checked for a /tmp/test file but found >> none. So, it looks like it's not got to do with some bad option, or the >> network not being available or the credential file not being available >> or something like that, but actually the binary used to mount cifs >> shares is not even called during boot. >> > Check from initscripts the way debian mounts shares? /tmp might not be > available at that time? > I also tried with writing to /root which is on the root filesystem. Still no log... Also, I set up an ad-hoc VM where I tried the same cifs entry in fstab and it works! I'm baffled!
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