SystemD network NFS stop order

I have created a diskless client setup using 13.1 and NFS Root. I have chosen not to use a LTSP base for hardware/memory reasons.

The challenge I have is my lack of knowledge around systemD and how to influence its order, and activities.

When shutting down, the network is stopped eventhough root is /dev/nfs, and as such it can not complete the shurtdown process.

How can I influence the system so the network, and nfs root are not stopped, so that the shutdown process can reach the end and power-off the workstation?

Any thoughts much appreciated.

PaulB.

This is beyond my experience, since I’ve never used NFS like this, but I did find this bug report which you could be impacting on your situation

https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=857031

If you think your situation warrants it, you may need to open a bug report of your own.

In the meantime, look through the boot log to figure out where the problem is actually occurring.

http://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/journalctl.html

That’s about all I can offer.

It is systemd, not systemD.

When shutting down, the network is stopped eventhough root is /dev/nfs

Are you using NetworkManager or ifup?