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[Bug 871704] every second boot fails during mount of a /etc/fstab entry

Andreas Otto <aotto1968@xxxxxxxxxxx> changed:

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--- Comment #8 from Andreas Otto <aotto1968@xxxxxxxxxxx> 2014-04-04 10:00:35
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last status is ... I could mount ... but somethis is mystic ...

I changed my fstab configuration after the problem happens.

I delete "noauto" and add "nofail" so that boot was finished

-> BUT: still no answer why I don't get a root login if NON-ROOT local mount

after I could login I could rum journalctl to get some hints ...
after I figure out that the btrfs shares had a wrong "acl" option ...
after removing this option the btrfs stuff mounts .... for now

BUT the original solution was an only ext4 system ...
I switched to btrfs only to get rid of the boot failure...

so my question - than the "systemd" deamon has changed ...
-> during the last 7 days?

from my point of view the "systemd" mount is much more restricted
(e.g. for option errors) as the previous solution was.

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