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Re: ZFS - mounting filesystems (Was CVS commit: src/etc)
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2022 01:51:55 +1100
From: Simon Burge <simonb%NetBSD.org@localhost>
| Do we have any valid need to have non-critical local filesystems?
Not for Paul's reason ("critical" here has nothing to do with importance
or requirement for operation - just mount ordering), but yes,
so it is possible to mount a local filesystem on a mount point
provided by an NFS mount.
Eg: should /usr/src be on NFS (which might make lots of sense)
I might want to have /usr/src/local mounted locally, or in my
case, perhaps /usr/src/bin/sh
| [ ... nearly last thing ... ]
| mount filesystems marked as "late" in /etc/fstab
Something like that is still needed, though even that isn't really
good enough, as filesystem mounting can be nested in all kinds of
bizarre ways, that no simple 2 3 or even 4 step "all these kind
first, then all those, then..." can ever hope to accommodate.
| The "crit" in mountcritlocal and mountcritremote don't seem to have any
| current meaning, so is similar to just the mountlocal/mountremote idea
Yes, that's all it really ever meant, plus allowing a 4 step sequencing
(local, then remote, then more local, then more remote).
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