Best practice for mounting/unmounting loopback devices on a network share?
|July 12, 2014||Posted by forumadmin under TechQns||
I am looking for a preferred way to automatically mount and unmount disk images (i.e., loopback files) on a network drive.
/etc/init.d/umountnfs does not check for loopback devices. Consequently, the shutdown sequence gets stuck when trying to unmount the network drive hosting the loopback file.
On the other hand, how can I ensure that the loopback file is available on system startup, i.e., how to influence the sequence of file system mounting during boot?
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