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Thread: SLES 12 Sp3, filestıstems dont mount after reboot?

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    SLES 12 Sp3, filestıstems dont mount after reboot?

    Hi
    Have a SLES 12 SP3 on Power that have problem mounting filesystems after reboot.
    Its randomly which disks dont mount.

    Log:
    request_module: runaway loop modprobe fs-xfs
    request_module: runaway loop modprobe fs-xfs
    [FAILED] Failed to mount /db2acc04_zdb2lu12_1B.
    See 'systemctl status db2acc04_zdb2lu12_1B.mount' for details.
    [DEPEND] Dependency failed for Local File Systems.
    [FAILED] Failed to mount /db2acc04_zdb2lu12_tsmfailover_1.
    See 'systemctl status db2acc04_zdb2lu12_tsmfailover_1.mount' for details.

    They can be mounted manually from prompt.

    Any parameters or timeout you can set as parameters?
    Number of mountpoints ?

    Regards Gert

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    Re: SLES 12 Sp3, filestıstems dont mount after reboot?

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  3. Re: SLES 12 Sp3, filestıstems dont mount after reboot?

    Hi Gert,

    are those mounts depending on some network connection (NFS, iSCSI device) or truly local devices? And are you mounting by /etc/fstab (plus systemd generator for the according *.mount units), then please give us a glimpse of the according entry. If those mount units where created explicitly, what's in there? If that mount point is depending on network, please add "_netdev" to the mount options.

    Have you followed the logged recommendation to check the journal entries? ("systemctl status db2acc04_zdb2lu12_1B.mount")

    A few more details might help...

    Regards,
    J
    From the times when today's "old school" was "new school"

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