[systemd-devel] umount NFS problem
harald.dunkel at aixigo.de
Fri Apr 5 09:45:36 UTC 2019
On 4/5/19 8:45 AM, Mantas Mikulėnas wrote:
> 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...)
Probably a remote login.
@Michael, libpam-systemd is installed. UsePAM is enabled, too.
> You might also try to enable [Mount] LazyUnmount= for home.mount so that umounts appear to succeed immediately and the kernel cleans them up when it can. It mostly just hides the problem though.
Looking at the log file I have the impression that rpcbind has
been stopped even before the first umount attempt of /home. Can
you confirm this?
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