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[Bug 218237] NetworkManager position in startup and shutdown creates problems



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Summary: NetworkManager position in startup and shutdown creates problems


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=218237


ckunkel been-there com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From ckunkel been-there com  2008-04-12 14:36 EST -------
I have a CIFS mount on a rawhide test system that takes about 45 seconds to
umount during shutdown or restart.  If I ctrl-alt-f7, I see the Unmounting CIFS
filesystems msg displayed there and the wait begins.  I also see that network
manager daemon is first service to be stopped and the dispatcher is the 5th. 
Unmounting the cifs file is about number 20 or so.  Shouldn't network manager
first umount any network files before it closes the interface?

Maybe related or not is that the CIFS filesystem mount fails during init when
the fstab mounts are made, but ends up being mounted at some other point before
the desktop settles in.

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