Subject: re: /etc/rc critical filesystem mount changes
To: Curt Sampson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: matthew green <email@example.com>
Date: 04/01/1999 15:06:57
I've just tweaked /etc/rc so that instead of specifying whether
you want the critical filesystems mounted before or after networking
starts, it looks at them to see which ones are local (mounting them
before networking starts) and which are network (mounting them
after networking starts). If you've updated in the last week or
two and set the variable related to that in /etc/rc.conf, you can
to remove it.
You may also want to yell at me if this new scheme doesn't work. :-)
this breaks the situation where you mount local drives ontop of
NFS drives. personally, i've never done it but others do!
please when making changes to /etc/rc in the future, discuss
these changes first.