I have a machine that mounts another machine's NFS share.
However the client machine boots up faster than the server, so it gets an error when trying to mount the NFS share from the server. I had a power outage over the weekend and this can be annoying when I am remote.
I would like to ensure that the NFS share is always mounted, so that if the client detects that the share isn't there it will attempt to remount it. I think this might involve autofs and/or upstart to ensure the share stays mounted, but I don't know how to do this.
I am mounting it via the following method in
jillybean.local:/share /share nfs rsize=32768,rw,soft,intr