[systemd-devel] how disable fsck on swap+lvm
a.shabalin at gmail.com
Thu Feb 17 07:25:43 PST 2011
On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 8:57 PM, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Wed, 16.02.11 17:37, Alexey Shabalin wrote:
>> You can see in log:
>> Feb 16 16:04:51 host-29 kernel: [ 11.636564] Adding 524284k swap on
>> /dev/mapper/VG1-Swap. Priority:-1 extents:1 across:524284k
>> Feb 16 16:04:51 host-29 kernel: [ 11.669141] clock: Setting
>> system clock (localtime): succeeded
>> Feb 16 16:04:51 host-29 kernel: [ 11.770936] clock: Today's
>> date: Wed Feb 16 16:03:48 MSK 2011 succeeded
>> Feb 16 16:04:51 host-29 kernel: [ 68.503001] systemd: Job
>> timed out.
>> swap on lvm(VG1-Swap), and systemd run fsck on this partition.
> This does not show anything related to fsck?
> Also, systemd will invoke hwclock for you anyway. You need no additional
> clock utilities.
hwclock - very easy and cann't read config /etc/sysconfig/clock:
ZONE="Europe/Moscow" (that /etc/localtime is a copy of)
>> I know that swap on lvm no good practics, but need foolproof.
> If you use LVM make sure to use a new version that properly installs its
> udev rules.
I used lvm-2.02.84. I don't see udev rules that run "vgchange -a y".
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