I made a fresh install of Xubuntu 16.04 recently. Before I used 14.04 and mounted a a NFS share with the following line in the /etc/fstab
192.168.178.66:/media/user/drive /media/user/banana nfs rw 0 0
What should happen?
The nfs share should be mounted on startup into the given location.
Boot takes very long and the nfs share is not mounted. A greyed symbol for the share appears on my desktop. When I click on it it says something like "Only root can mount". When I press an arrow during boot I can see the systemd log (I suppose) it says ~
"Startjob for /media/user/banane (30s/1,31s)" It wait’s the whole 91s and the it finally boots. Mounting the nfs manually works. But then shutdown does not end. Looking at the systemd output again: "
Stop job for /media/netzwerkfreigabe (30s/2m)" The shutdown does not end at the given limit. Instead another longer limit appears. At least three times.
- the package
nfs-commonis installed on the client computer
- the nfs server is a BananaPi running BananianLinux (a modified Debian Jessy)
- I can mount the nfs-share using the same /etc/fstab line from another computer using Xubuntu 14.04
As far as I know systemd is introduced in Ubuntu 16.04. This may be a systemd issues. Should my fstab config work? Do you mount nfs in a different way these days? I found several reports about similar problems of other users at other forums. Should I file a bug?
Thank you for your answer!