Bug ID: 205186
Summary: USB ethernet device with NFS mount causes boot hang
Product: Base System
Severity: Affects Only Me
Created attachment 164034
Today I've set up an old Inspiron 1525 laptop as a FreeBSD server. The internal
NIC had died, so I am using an external NIC connected via USB. To my delight,
FreeBSD detected it immediately and it just worked. It was wonderful!
However, troubles began when I added an NFS mount to my /etc/fstab. Upon
booting, due to the fact the USB device isn't recognised and connected until
after the booting process has finished, booting hangs with an error.
Dec 10 21:16:40 aerie kernel: Mounting NFS file systems:[tcp]
10.0.0.4:/nfs/BorgBackups: RPCPROG_NFS: RPC: Port mapper failure - RPC: Unable
Simply waiting, it will repeat this error after a while. I decided to try
Ctrl+C, and booting completed. That caused this line in the console.log:
Dec 10 21:16:40 aerie kernel: Script /etc/rc.d/mountcritremote interrupted
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