Re: NFS and FC16 and systemd
Yes. I'm running network manager. I edited my /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-p21p1 (in my case) so that it had:
DOMAIN=bp (YES bp, since bp is illegal and a properly configured router will drop bp)
and commented out the PEERDNS and PEERFOUTES which I think are getting set by DHCP.
So I'll see if this works. A restart of /etc/init.d/network did give me the correct static IP.
I also implmented your suggest of systemctl and noticed that the symbolic link was created.
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That seemed to work. At about 20 seconds the network devices was started and about 30 seconds into the boot, the network had in static IP "installed" and at 40 seconds nfs was started. There were several messages during the boot the nfs was being deferred.
Seems to me in the nfs install, the systemctl command you suggested should be automatically installed. This would at least ensure that the network is ready when NFS is activated.
Last edited by lensman3; 13th November 2011 at 05:44 AM.
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