I am mounting my Google Drive on login using
google-drive-ocamlfuse. The problem is that shutting down or rebooting now seems to have an added 2 minute pause.
Now if when I unmount the Google Drive prior to shutting down, everything goes the way it should and there is no pause.
I inspected some
systemd services and built a new one without knowing exactly what I am doing ("educated guess").
# Redsandro 2017-09-1 # Unmount GoogleDrive to prevent shutdown delay. [Unit] Description=Unmount GoogleDrive on shutdown Before=umount.target shutdown.target reboot.target halt.target [Service] Type=oneshot RemainAfterExit=true ExecStart=/bin/true ExecStop=/bin/sh -c "umount /home/redsandro/GoogleDrive" [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
Then I ran:
sudo systemctl enable rs-shutdown.service sudo systemctl start rs-shutdown.service
However, shutdown is still lagging by 2 minutes. I still need to manually unmount the share if I want a fast shutdown.
Is there a solution, or is this simply the wrong place to try and do what I want?
I'm Running Linux Mint 17 and Ubuntu 16.04.3.