Subject: Re: /etc/rc critical filesystem mount changes
To: NetBSD-current Users <email@example.com>
From: Simon Burge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/01/1999 18:15:40
matthew green wrote:
> 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!
We _used_ to do things that here here with Ultrix "diskless" clients.
The root f/s was NFS mounted, but /var was on local disk...