I previously modified fstab to mount an external disk to a CompactRio, and this works well.
/dev/sda1 /x ext3 defaults 0 2
I want to add a bind mount that also is available after startup. To do so, I added the following after the above:
/x/data /sftp/share/mydata none defaults,bind 0 0
If I run `mount -a`, the bind mount becomes available. However, if I reboot the system, the bind mount is not automatically mounted.
After some research, I see that the mounts are setup by the /etc/init.d/mountall.sh script:
mount -at nonfs,nosmbfs,noncpfs 2>/dev/null
I would expect this to mount the bindfs, but it unfortunately appears not to be doing so.
Any help is appreciated!
methinks mountall will race badly against udev. You should write a custom udev rule to do what you want here.
Otherwise, I would be very curious what would happen if you removed
It's possible that some improvement could be made here; an odd util-linux mount behavior could be getting tickled.
Adding `-v` to the mount options may also be helpful in diagnosing this (in conjunction with bootup logs).