[systemd-devel] umount NFS problem
mbiebl at gmail.com
Fri Apr 5 06:57:52 UTC 2019
Am Fr., 5. Apr. 2019 um 08:45 Uhr schrieb Mantas Mikulėnas <grawity at gmail.com>:
> The job order (home.mount vs nfs-client.target) already looks correct, so fstab options probably won't help much; I'd try to ensure that the umount doesn't fail in the first place.
> Normally I'd expect user sessions (user-*.slice, session-*.scope, user@*.service) to be killed before mount units are stopped; I wonder how random gpg-agent processes have managed to escape that. (Actually, doesn't Debian now manage gpg-agent via user at .service? That *really* should be cleaning up everything properly...)
I would check if libpam-systemd is installed and enabled.
Do you have remote logins via SSH? Does sshd_config have "UsePAM yes"
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