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ethernet bonding and NFS on ubuntu system

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I'm facing some trouble setting up a 13.04 server (amd64) which I want to use Ethernet bonding and NFS mounted volumes.

I've read the ubuntu tutorial about Ethernet bonding but seems the machine try to mount NFS volumes BEFORE the network comes up , the result is the volumes are not mounted at boot up.

Please help.

posted Aug 12, 2013 by Satish Mishra

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If you're mounting them from "/etc/fstab", you can use "_netdev" as an option.

answer Aug 12, 2013 by Seema Siddique
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