Thanks, the below works with "systemctl start storage.mount" but not
when enabled for boot:
On 21 November 2017 at 06:04, Douglas, William
So I didn't see any issues when I did this. Can you show the
storage.mount file and tell me what is the target that requires
On Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 8:49 AM, Douglas, William
> I haven't tried this recently so I'll give it a go today and get back to
> On Nov 20, 2017 02:45, "Richard Thornton" <richie.thornton(a)gmail.com>
> Thanks, I finally got around to setting this up, systemd is loading
> samba on boot and I could mount btrfs with
> "systemctl start storage.mount" after boot.
> The issue I'm having is I can't get a btrfs to mount on boot, I tried
> systemd and fstab. I think it could be something to do with this:
> I spent hours on trying to get this to persistent mount, including
> doing what the above link stated, can someone please help me out?
> On 20 October 2017 at 02:19, Nesius, Robert A <robert.a.nesius(a)intel.com>
>> Yep - you got it.
>> Technically systemd supports /etc/fstab for backwards compatibility - it
>> generates a mount unit for each line in the file.
>> Sent from mobile device.
>> On Oct 18, 2017, at 9:03 PM, Richard Thornton <richie.thornton(a)gmail.com>
>> Sorry to bother you all.
>> I like Clear Linux a lot and Arjan has been a great help.
>> Posted to dev@ because I couldn't see a user@
>> I'm going to use Clear Linux for a 24/7 home server, I like the
>> upgrade system (used to use Ubuntu).
>> I'm going to use Docker containers for my applications.
>> I want to setup some persistence, if there is a reboot I would like my
>> storage disks to mount, Samba to start and my Docker containers to
>> I think the way to do this is through systemd on CL, if so, I need to
>> create the /etc/systemd structure?
>> Just looking for best practices, advice and any documentation that may
>> be out there.
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