When I boot my Raspberry Pi it can't mount the Samba shares and it halts the booting process. Which is curios since those shares have the
nofail option in the
fstab file. But to get over this I've first commented out, then even deleted all the Samba shares in the fstab file. Still, every boot fails as it still tries to mount those shares.
The error message I get is:
[FAILED] Failed to mount /mnt/shared_drive. See 'systemctl status mnt-shared_drive.mount' for details. You are in emergency mode. After logging in type "journalctl -xb" to view system logs, "systemctl reboot" to reboot, "systemctl default" or ^D to try again to boot into default mode. Cannot open access to console, the root account is locked. See sulogin(8) man page for more details. Press Enter to continue.
Hitting Enter does nothing, so I can't dig around in the running system.
Is there another service, which I've configured and forgot about that would try to mount Samba shares at boot time?
(Sidenote: The shares are up and mountable, I've tried the
fstab settings in a virtual machine and it was able to mount the shares without issues.)