Comment 0 for bug 475936

Binary package hint: mountall

I am using Ubuntu 9.10 with the latest packages applied (apt-get uprade)
Version of mountall: 1.0
Expected results: /dev/mapper/tmp should be mounted on /tmp
Unexpected results: /dev/mapper/tmp is not mounted on /tmp

In my /etc/crypttab I have:
tmp /dev/sda2 /dev/urandom tmp
swap /dev/sda3 /dev/urandom swap

In my /etc/fstab I have (among other lines), this:
/dev/mapper/tmp /tmp ext2 relatime 0 2

Most of the time the system boots OK, but /tmp never gets mounted.
This appears to be an issue with mountall because if I run mountall from the command line, then /tmp does get mounted.
When the /dev/mapper/tmp device is created (part of the cryptsetup process), the mkfs -t ext2 command is run on /dev/mapper/tmp. It appears mountall is not waiting for this to complete. Should there be a timeout for a dynamically created tmp to be available before it is mounted?