[systemd-devel] failing boot start jobs delay reboot
lennart at poettering.net
Tue Jan 27 17:03:41 PST 2015
On Mon, 19.01.15 23:03, Felix Miata (mrmazda at earthlink.net) wrote:
> Andrei Borzenkov composed on 2015-01-20 06:35 (UTC+0300):
> > Mon, 19 Jan 2015 17:59:41 -0500 Felix Miata composed:
> >> Has anything been done in more recent releases about this? I do a lot of
> >> cloning, and sometimes produce typos on grub cmdlines and fstab lines. This
> >> produces long delays in init followed by emergency mode when the
> >> non-essential mount fails and fstab for that device does not include the
> >> nofail option. When I recognize early in init that I have made a fstab typo,
> >> I try to CAD to choose another boot choice that isn't broken and fix the
> >> typo, but that produces yet another start job wait for the same broken job,
> >> often followed by a gazillion failed to save sound card state messages from
> >> holding down CAD.
> >> openSUSEes, Mageias & Fedoras (including Factories, Cauldrons & Rawhides)
> >> comprise most of my installations subject to these self-inflicted delays that
> >> I can't recall being a problem with sysvinit.
> > "Self inflicted delays" during boot or during Ctrl-Alt-Del?
> Both. When they occur during init they repeat during shutdown. Even when I
> let init complete and succeed to fix the typo or oversight, the init failure
> gets remembered and repeated at shutdown. Often the start job is on account
> of a volume label that has been replaced, usually along with a UUID, because
> the clone is a partition on the same HD. Fedora is particularly frustrating
> by embedding dependent root volume label and not obeying root= on cmdline
> (openSUSE obeys root=). Those typos usually have to be fixed by chroot to run
Hmm, Fedora doesn't obey root=? That sounds like a bug.
Lennart Poettering, Red Hat
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