Am Samstag, 5. Juni 2010 schrieb Anne Wilson:
On Saturday 05 June 2010 17:15:10 Martin (KDE) wrote:
> Am Samstag, 5. Juni 2010 schrieb Anne Wilson:
> > On Saturday 05 June 2010 08:15:26 Anne Wilson wrote:
> > >CIFS mount - on the occasion when all 3 NFS mounts were listed
> > >I was able
> > >
> > > to type in the user password. On the times when less that 3
> > > were listed no input was recognised. Coincidence? I don't
> > > know.
> > That part clearly is coincidence, since I've just seen all
> > three listed and it still wouldn't accept keyboard input.
> > It seems I have a solution - but I don't quite understand it,
> > so perhaps you could explain. I commented out the fstab cifs
> > line, thinking I could add it again later when I've sorted
> > things out. There was a long delay in booting, while the nfs
> > mounts were said ot have failed. Then I saw 'Mounting other
> > filesystems' succeed. When the desktop is fully loaded,
> > dolphin tells me that all the nfs mounts AND the samba mount
> > are working!
> I had some similar problems (the long delay on boot). This was
> caused by the missing network service but using the
> networkManager stuff. But I user a ldap base user configuration
> and at some stage while the network is not up other processes
> tries to fetch user information from the ldap server.
I think something like that is happening, but the network service
appears to be listed several items before the nfs mounts.
However, messages has these lines
--- snipped lines off ---
As you see, things seem to be in the correct order.
> Back to your problem: what does your fstab look like
the relevant part is
192.168.0.40:/home /mnt/borg2_home nfs4
/mnt/borg2_Data1 nfs4 rsize=8192,wsize=8192,timeo=14,intr
192.168.0.40:/Data2 /mnt/borg2_Data2 nfs4
/mnt/borg2_Data3 nfs4 rsize=8192,wsize=8192,timeo=14,intr #
192.168.0.40:/Data1 /mnt/smbData1 cifs
This is similar to mine.
> and what does
> "chkconfig --list" gives you at the console? Does
chkconfig --list | grep network
network 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off
> chkconfig network on
I haven't tried that, since the network is controlled by
networkManager. The laptop does sometimes have to be used on
other wifi networks.
I have both enabled, network (as S10) and NetworkManager (as S27 which
gave me the problems. There seems to be some fixes in between, as
disabling and reenabling the service starts them as S23)
So, enabling network too, to check if this makes any difference may be
a idea isn't it?
> change anything (if you use wired ethernet connections)? In which
> order are the services started (ls in /etc/init.d/rc5.d)?
Not sure this is what you want, but I think it is:
This seems to be quite good.
Do you have set up the ip-addresses and names in all your /etc/hosts
file (or DNS if you use this)? Some of the services use forward and/or
reverse name lookups and if they fail you get these ugly 30 second