[systemd-devel] systemd shutdown problem on openSuSE 13.1 with NFS mounted user home

Frederic Crozat fcrozat at suse.com
Tue Feb 4 03:35:07 PST 2014

Le mardi 04 février 2014 à 11:31 +0100, Rainer Krienke a écrit :
> Hello,
> I am experiencing problems on openSuSE 13.1 systems using systemd, iff
> this system uses NFS mounts for the users home directory mounted by
> automount.
> Regular 13.1 installations with local user home directories just work fine.
> The problem is, that when trying to shut the system down this shutdown
> process hangs for a very long time (> 5min). After 5 Min I went away ,
> when I came back an hour later the shutdown had succeded.
> To investigate the problem I created a systemd debug log of such a
> shutdown you can download here:
> http://userpages.uni-koblenz.de/~krienke/tmp/systemd/shutdown-debug.log
> My problem is to extract really useful information about the real reason
> for the hanging shutdown. My thoughts are, that perhaps systemd already
> tries to umount NFS filesystems when there are still user processes
> active on them and thus the umount hangs.
> In the default openSuSE 13.1 autofs.service file there is no dependency
> on user sessions (only this: After=network.target remote-fs.target
> ypbind.service) and perhaps this is the reason for my problem. But I do
> not know how I could tell systemd to stop automount only after the users
> session has been terminated and thus his NFS home directory can be
> umounted by stopping automount.
> Any help is welcome

This is a know bug, which is being worked on :

Frederic Crozat <fcrozat at suse.com>

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