Am 27.11.2016 um 19:23 schrieb Jonathan de Boyne Pollard:
Lennart Poettering:
"nofail" has been around as long as fstab has been around really.

This is a falsehood.  /etc/fstab has a history that goes back to the
20th century.  It was in UNIX System 5 Release 3, 4.2BSD, and OSF/1, for
examples.  In contrast,  the "nofail" option was invented in December
2007 for the Linux mount command by Matthias Koenig, Kay Sievers, and
Karel Zak.


well, nearly 10 years - long before systemd even was considered fro initial development and long anough for anybody to do "man fstab" in that decade
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