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And since you cannot havetwo files with the same name in a directory you can't have two units forthe same mount point either...The patch I supplied attempts to address this also Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical Canonical Ltd. In fact, much of what is nice in systemd isbased on implicit dependencies.Now, if you allow multiple separate mount units for the same path thisall becomes really complicated. Check This Out

This case should then be supported too. > > > Hmm, it is in the TODO list? > > I understood it this way, but if you say that's not it, Will retry with suffix %s", unit, uniq_suffix);+ }+ else+ {+ log_error("Failed to create unit file %s: %m", unit);+ return -errno;+ }+ }++ } while (!f);fprintf(f,"# Automatically generated by systemd-fstab-generator\n\n"@@ -257,6 +272,12 Read more... Additional info: No idea if this is possibly related but at that time yum was running a massive update transaction with over a thousand packages in it.

OTOH means to mark some partitions with "do not even try to think about it" would be most welcome in some situations. So far I did not see such persistency here. Comment 7 Zbigniew Jedrzejewski-Szmek 2014-01-17 18:29:52 UTC (In reply to comment #6) > (In reply to comment #4) > > Supporting many mounts on the same mountpoint has been on the Comment 4 Michal Jaegermann 2012-11-09 17:44:38 EST (In reply to comment #3) > (In reply to comment #2) > > On every boot I see seventeen, or so, of these.

The message you mention is cosmetic; it does not cause any known problems. I wasn't sure whether I had the latest or whether I had a previous version but you didn't bump up the package version so I ran 'apt-get --reinstall install udev systemd Comment 7 Daniel Walsh 2016-01-18 08:10 EST Created attachment 1115849 [details] Doing some hacking on a flight to LA. Report a bug This report contains Public information Edit Everyone can see this information.

Run it as docker run -ti --name systemd -v /sys/fs/cgroup:/sys/fs/cgroup:ro systemd 3. opensuse Leap 42.1; KDE Plasma 5; opensuse tumbleweed; KDE Plasma 5 (test system); Reply With Quote 28-Nov-2015,01:27 #5 arvidjaar View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Omniscient Penguin We don't really support "allow-hotplug" in Ubuntu at the moment, so we need to deal with "auto" devices appearing after "/etc/init.d/networking start" already ran. (LP: #1374521) - [email protected]: Drop dependency on However, I am inclined to say that this is probably nothing we will support in systemd, sorry.

So maybe just add the line number to unit name ... Not good candidates for daemon-reload. For example if a mount point lies beneath another mount pointthey gain implicit ordering deps. I don't think we reallyshould support stackable .mount units.

I did not try to count how many times 'systemctl daemon-reload' may be called by this bunch but 204 seems to be excessive. > The problem is that the generator encounters Dec 05 04:30:40 yoga.lenovo systemd[1]: Activated swap Swap Partition. It is updated automatically # by the NethServer software. What desktop did you install (the default is KDE/Plasma 5)?

Tom H (tomh0665) wrote on 2015-01-23: #7 result2.tar Edit (10.0 KiB, application/x-tar) Thanks again for looking into this. his comment is here Actually I did, you should have 218-6ubuntu1pitti1. Also with oci-systemd-hook you should not need -v /sys/fs/cgroup:/sys/fs/cgroup:ro Comment 16 Luwen Su 2016-06-11 12:51:38 EDT In docker-1.10.3-40.el7.x86_64 , works well # cat Dockerfile FROM fedora RUN yum install -y initscripts And on reload we delete the generators dirs and run generators again.

On every boot I see seventeen, or so, of these. Adding oci-systemd and oci-register-machine hooks with our docker-1.10 get me to the state where systemd runs in a non --privileged container and journalctl -M CONTINAERID Works outside of the container. Thatat least appears where the problem is Reply With Quote 01-Dec-2015,15:19 #9 nrickert View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Flux Capacitor Penguin Join Date Aug 2010 Location http://jscience.net/failed-to/failed-to-create-bgl-file.html Here is a patch to allow systemd to handle overmounts defined in/etc/fstab.https://raw.github.com/johnlane/archlinux-systemd/master/fstab-overmount.patchPlease use spaces rather than tabs ;-)Post by John LaneIt appends a suffix (an underscore followed by a number) to

So start with describing symptoms (what happens in your case), not your conclusion what may be causing your problem. I think that I mentioned > that on the first time in bug 840242 on 2012/Jul/14. Comment 13 Fedora End Of Life 2015-02-17 09:33:22 EST Fedora 19 changed to end-of-life (EOL) status on 2015-01-06.

I don't know if this interferes with other goals of fstab-generator, but one solution would be to create the mount unit on-the-fly for units with mount option "noauto".

Running the above created for me in /tmp/gentest 10 directories, 18 files and 18 symlinks and those 17 error messages. I only have one entry in the file for tmpfs. Restarted, and got this error: failed to create mount unit file /run/systemd/generator/tmp.mount The update was to bring my kernel from 4.2.0-27 to 4.2.0-30 A little investigation and I found a duplicate You signed in with another tab or window.

Comment 2 Lukáš Nykrýn 2015-11-23 08:35:07 EST Yet another symptom of known incompatibles between docker and systemd. I suppose you could use some unused escape codesimilarly to how '/' is encoded?Post by John LaneThis allows the mount unit file to be generated. I can live with it, anyway :) If no modification is expected from systemd, perhaps a warning in the man page of fstab should say that valid fstab syntax may be http://jscience.net/failed-to/failed-to-resolve-schema-nsuri-location-persistence-unit.html I'm > curious if you get the error on the first run too.) If the error is inconsequential then maybe systemd-fstab-generator should check for a presence of file and silently move

This case should then be supported too. > > Hmm, it is in the TODO list? > I understood it this way, but if you say that's not it, then too Hmm, it is in the TODO list? Re-running a generator part ended up with 35 errors. > (You will surely get the error if you run the last command twice. Similar, if a socket unit refers to afile system socket on a specific mount point they gain ordering depsimplicitly too, and so on.

I have an idea how to fix that, but I'd like to discuss it upstream first. > (Until your post yesterday, I've had sda3 commented out.) Was that only in response THis is unlikely to change, since we name the units automatically after the mount points they refer to, and unit names must be unique. My entry is a hybrid of yours and looks like this: Code: tmpfs /tmp tmpfs defaults,noatime,nosuid,nodev,mode=1777 0 0 ...some users include noexec as well for added security, but this breaks some If your system isn't booting, perhaps there is some other reason.

On my system with an nvidia card, login appears to hang on the first try. Here's what we could do: - Detect this situation explicitly, rather than discovering it accidentally by EEXIST. (Implementation hint: use a hash table; emit the unit files all at the end.) This is only a subset of filesystems on a hardware. However, systemd-fstab-generator attempts to create a mount unit file for each entry in fstab, *even when they are not to be automounted* and since the mount units are labeled after the

man fstab: "The order of records in fstab is important ..." This is also imortant for "bind" or "move" mounts or when you mount an image file which lives in another https://launchpad.net/~pitti/+archive/ubuntu/ppa Thanks in advance! Nov 20 02:59:46 f65687dd1244 systemd[1]: Attempted to remove disk file system, and we can't allow that. I mean, I am always open for ideas, I just don't see how we could do this without losing the nice property that mount point paths and their unit names are

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