zarniwhoop73 at googlemail.com
Sat Jan 9 15:02:02 PST 2010
Two unrelated issues with my current build (svn-20091221
1. I tried nfs-utils-1.2.1, but mount objected to one or more of
my options on each of my (nfsv3) mounts, e.g. something in
myserver:/path/to/sources /sources nfs rw,hard,intr,_netdev,tcp 0 0
myserver:/path/to/notes /home/ken/notes nfs rw,hard,intr,noauto,tcp,user 0 0
I'm at a loss to identify what changed (strace just showed 'invalid option'
for the call, man 5 nfs doesn't show anything obvious).
I've reverted to 1.2.0 and all my mounts are working again,
so without any clues I'm treating this as a low priority (google
mainly comes up with kernel changes).
The log message was
NFS: bad mount option value specified:vers=4
which made me wonder if I'd inadvertently built for nfsv4,
but even on 1.2.0 I've got mount.nfs4 as a link to mount.nfs
[ --disable-nfsv4 : also tried --enable-nfsv4=no with
2. On clfs, I've had issues with the netfs bootscript at
shutdown (dropped to "enter root password for
maintenance" prompt, apparently triggered because
the invocations of fuser were failing. I recall someone
else had this, but I don't think he ever said what system
he was using. [ clfs has copies of what were the BLFS
scripts, but I happen to use the BLFS scripts ].
In my current build I've got the 'fuser' lines commented
out, because everything has worked well enough without
them (and failures during shutdown are not nice - I can
reboot with Magic SysRQ, but not halt), but I thought
I might as well look a little closer.
First, fuser is in /usr/bin, at least with coreutils-8.2, so
the script isn't up to date in trying to use /bin/fuser.
Second, fuser might be broken: I can't get it to accept
the signal, neither -SIGTERM nor -TERM nor even -HUP,
it just tells me it doesn't like what I passed to it, and
that I should use fuser -l. The signals listed by doing
that include HUP and TERM which is why I suspect
I might raise a ticket suggesting we drop these
invocations of fuser (the simplest workaround)
but the only net fs I use is nfs - perhaps they
are beneficial to one of the other filing systems ?
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