[arch-general] Network Shutdown Prior to umount on cifs mounts hangs shutdown

Shridhar Daithankar ghodechhap at ghodechhap.net
Sat May 23 09:22:26 EDT 2009

On Friday 22 May 2009 14:28:34 Thomas Bächler wrote:
> Shridhar Daithankar schrieb:

> > I have netfs in my daemons list and experience similar hangout with a nfs
> > mount.I start it in background but I doubt that should matter.
> It depends on the order. netfs should be in the DAEMONS list after
> network (or net-profiles or whatever you use to connect), so that it
> will be shut down before network.

Yes. It is in correct order. network followed by @netfs
> You have to see "Unmounting Network Filesystems" before your network is
> shut down (backgrounding is ignored on shutdown). If you see it and it

Yes. I see that.

> still hangs, then we may have a bug. See /etc/rc.d/netfs for further
> reference.

Rereading mails, I realized that "hang" is not the proper description. It just 
takes long time, a minute or more. Funny thing is there is only one nfs mount 
and it gets unmounted instantly if done by hand.

Some day I will debug it. Not a pressing problem for the time being.


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