On 02/02/18 15:42, Terry Barnaby wrote: > On 02/02/18 00:41, Ed Greshko wrote: >> >> I've not tried this since I don't have a need for ypbind. >> >> One may also consider copying /lib/systemd/system/ypbind.service to >> /etc/systemd/system and then inserting the line, >> >> ExecStartPre=/usr/bin/sleep 5 >> >> From the systemd documentation >> >> ExecStart= commands are only run after all ExecStartPre= commands that were >> not >> prefixed with a "-" exit successfully. >> > Thanks I will try this out, but it would be nice to get it fixed properly in > Fedora27. > > Could it be due to "target Network is Online" being triggered by IPv6 being > configured first ? I don't use IPv6, but I guess the system could be setting > this > up somehow by default. > I will admit to having stayed away from the "Network-Online" discussions as they often devolve into rants against systemd.
But, another thing you can try is to modify the NetworkManager-wait-online.service by making a copy of it in /etc/systemd/system and changing the line, ExecStart=/usr/bin/nm-online -s -q --timeout=30 to ExecStart=/usr/bin/nm-online q --timeout=30 Check out the man page for nm-online to see how it operates with and without -s. I'm speculating that with the -s the dhcp processes may not be fully completed when the ypbind process is started. You many want to check out the archives of this list for past "discussions" along similar lines. -- A motto of mine is: When in doubt, try it out
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