[systemd-devel] dev-root.device is not active, results in an umount spree

Martin Pitt martin.pitt at ubuntu.com
Mon May 18 02:50:32 PDT 2015

Andrei Borzenkov [2015-05-14 14:24 +0300]:
> Will it be "rebound" when device appears? Otherwise any mount that
> happens before udev is started/happens to notice device will not be
> associated with device. Most common case is probably mounts inherited
> from initrd.

Not with the first patch (the one you replied to). The v2 patches do
create the .device right from the start in state "tentative" (that was
the intention judging by the comments, it just doesn't actually behave
that way) and thus .mounts do get bound to the .devices.


Martin Pitt                        | http://www.piware.de
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