On Tue, 26 Jun 2012 15:04:02 +0000, ashbyj wrote:
Whats the difference between /etc/init.d/nfs and network-remotefs then?
nfs handles starting up all the nfs client services after the network is
up and then mounts all the nfs shares in fstab. Sorry for not grasping
That’s OK, it’s not actually all that clear to me either, the more I look
at the scripts.
It seems that “network” is responsible for starting/stopping the network
“network-remotefs” actually just calls the network script with some
additional parameters. All the logic is actually in the network script.
In the ‘network’ script, I see the following comment on my openSUSE 12.1
Under systemd, NetworkManager is started via its
own .service file, thus never while localfs is set.
Otherwise, NetworkManager will be started later via
network-remotefs init script (it is installed in
/usr, thus depends on already started remotefs).
Let me see if I can find more info about this.
Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
Novell Knowledge Partner