[Linux-cluster] gfs mount at boot

Thomas Sjolshagen thomas at sjolshagen.net
Thu Jun 9 15:04:29 UTC 2011

Usually, there's a gfs boot service or network filesystem boot service you may need to enable.

On Jun 9, 2011, at 10:46, Budai Laszlo <laszlo.budai at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> What should be done in order to mount a gfs file system at boot?
> I've created the following line in /etc/fstab:
> /dev/clvg/gfsvol        /mnt/testgfs            gfs     defaults        0 0
> but it is not mounting the fs at boot. If I run "mount -a" then the fs
> will get mounted.
> Is there any option for fstab to specify that this mount should be
> delayed  until the cluster is up and running?
> Thank you,
> Laszlo
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