Michal Suchánek wrote:
On Thu, 12 Apr 2018 21:19:52 +0200
Per Jessen <per(a)computer.org> wrote:
We're using systemd, NFS mounted shares work quite well.
I am using iSCSI root and it does not work with systemd.
Actually, I also have a few customer systems with root on iSCSI. This is with
Leap42.1. Sofar it's been working just fine, but maybe we are not doing
anything too stressing.
taggart137:~ # lsscsi
[6:0:0:0] disk IET VIRTUAL-DISK 0 /dev/sda
[6:0:0:1] disk IET VIRTUAL-DISK 0 /dev/sdb
taggart137:~ # df
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs 2015400 0 2015400 0% /dev
tmpfs 2022312 0 2022312 0% /dev/shm
tmpfs 2022312 214648 1807664 11% /run
tmpfs 2022312 0 2022312 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/sda1 10189112 4633404 5015088 49% /
Even in absence of proper network service dependencies
you can mark
filesystem in fstab as "network" which is supposed to make it depend on
network and prevent systemd from shutting down network while the
filesystem is mounted. This does not work. If the filesystem is used by
system service unmounting the filesystem times out but the network is
shut down nonetheless. It would be much simpler if systemd did not
shut down the network at all.
I think I might have a bug report on that, for shutting down systems with root
on NFS. Hmm, not sure, I can't find it.
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