Do you use any init scripts/local.d to mount? If so are you able to share?
I guess busybox cron doesn't have @reboot so I'm trying to use local.d. I have something crude setup like this to mount my unencrypted amazon cloud drive root and another crypt remote within that:
/usr/sbin/rclone mount acd: /home/user/acd/ --allow-other --config /home/user/.rclone.conf --read-only --no-modtime &
/usr/sbin/rclone mount crypt: /home/user/crypt/ --allow-other --config /home/user/.rclone.conf --read-only --no-modtime &
umount -l /home/user/acd
umount -l /home/user/crypt
rc-service fuse restart
rc-service samba restart
Seems to be working ok for now, short of doing something like a cron job to check/remount if there's any problem, any other suggestions?
Also, how do I get rid of:
2017/01/18 14:31:30 Couldn't find home directory or read HOME environment variable.
2017/01/18 14:31:30 Defaulting to storing config in current directory.
2017/01/18 14:31:30 Use -config flag to workaround.
2017/01/18 14:31:30 Error was: user: Current not implemented on linux/amd64