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We have a VM (under KVM – a VPS service by our ISP) running CentOS 7.On it we have 2 NFS mounts, one for backup and one as a live file system (where there are two user homes as well):———————————————————————————————————–..
I am running CentOS 7 (fully updated) on a VM. This has a mounted nfs share (via fstab) (which mounts a remote storage system) on which we have created the home directories of 2 usersHere are the home directories:/mynfsmount||–/user1|–/user1We w..
Yes, that was it!
The VM booted fine after /etc/fstab update!
Case closed. It was a tricky one!
Thank you all for your feedback and kind assistance!
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