Previously with openRC, my network shares listed in fstab would never mount on boot. I always assumed this was because fstab was read before the network was started. Once boooted, "mount -a" would mount everything listed in fstab.
Now, with systemd, my network shares still do not mount on boot, which I expected, but "mount -a" no longer seems to do anything. To mount my network shares i now have to issue the command:
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systemctl start home-steve-vista-Temp.mount
or similar for each and every network share.
Is this normal behaviour?