I'm trying to optimise the overall downtime and improve availability in case of system failure.
I'm specifically concerned about the reboot (e.g. after a kernel panic) taking so long that I don't actually know if the system is or is not doing OK, since I don't have the serial console to a particular server.
What would be the proper way to mount all non-essential filesystems immediately after boot in OpenBSD, instead of prior to
I have about two dozen filesystems, what I'm thinking is that perhaps only the most essential ones should be
fsck'ed and mounted first, then
sshd be started, then all the rest are
fsck'ed and mounted immediately afterwards.
What would be the best practice to do something like that?