First NFS entry in fstab not mounting at boot

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Hi,

Im running Fedora Core 12 x86_64 on my computer.
# uname -a
Linux apollo.foo-unix.ARPA 2.6.32.11-99.fc12.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon Apr 5 
19:59:38 UTC 2010 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

I have 2 NFS servers in my garage:

fs1 - an x86 box running FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE
fs2 - a Sun E450 running Solaris 10

The servers aren't the problem.

In my /etc/fstab, I've got 3 NFS entries:

fs1:/data/unix     /unix        nfs     defaults    0 0
fs1:/data/windows  /windows     nfs     defaults    0 0
fs2:/storage1      /backup      nfs     defaults    0 0

In this order,  'fs1:/data/unix' won't mount but the last 2 entries will.

If I change the order to:

fs2:/storage1      /backup      nfs     defaults    0 0
fs1:/data/unix     /unix        nfs     defaults    0 0
fs1:/data/windows  /windows     nfs     defaults    0 0

and reboot, 'fs2:/storage1' won't  mount but the last 2 will.

Basically, whichever entry goes first, doesn't get mounted.

I can manually mount it after I've logged in like:

mount /</mountpoint/> (the fstab way)

and

mount -t nfs /server/://export/ //mountpoint/

Either way, it mounts beautifully and fast.

If I repeat the top entry like:

fs1:/data/unix     /unix        nfs     defaults    0 0
fs1:/data/unix     /unix        nfs     defaults    0 0
fs1:/data/windows  /windows     nfs     defaults    0 0
fs2:/storage1      /backup      nfs     defaults    0 0

they all mount happily.

No entries/errors are created in any log files to explain
what's going on.

I also mount these 3 shares on my FreeBSD laptop and my
Sun Blade 1500 running Solaris 10 without any problems.

Does anyone know what's going on?

Regards,
Steve Laurie
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