On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 10:27, Brian O'Mahony
<brian.omahony at curamsoftware.com> wrote:
> Ok I don't use Suse a whole lot, generally being Debian or RedHat myself. I posted this on linuxforums.org. 60 views, no responses. Thought I might try here:
>> So ive got a Suse server up and running. It is connecting to a clearcase server, so i want to mount the remote filesystem as part of startup, as this is generally rebooted when im not around.
>> I would normally add something to /etc/init.d and put the shortcut to it in the appropriate runlevel (in this case 3). Tried that. Didnt work.
I don't follow your reasoning. You have a remote fs you want to mount
therefore you write an init script - that doesn't follow. If you want
an fs mounted, put it in /etc/fstab. That's what it's there for.
Alternatively you can use autofs. Either make more sense than an init
For nfs you'll want to use the bg option (and possibly others).
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