dustymabe added a new comment to an issue you are following:
That said Anaconda should be injecting the rd.lvm.lv bits on the
kernel commandline and wait till they're probed.
I definitely see them on the command line
Oct 17 23:04:11 localhost kernel: Command line:
resume=/dev/mapper/fedora-swap rd.lvm.lv=fedora/root rd.lvm.lv=fedora/swap
Ahh...I have an idea; ordinarily nothing else in the initramfs is
waiting for devices; the systemd fstab generator will handle /etc/fstab in the initramfs
and make proper device/mount units for them. But now the resume generator is going out
and running before dracut waits for devices or so?
yeah that seems to be the case at least from my log output in
OK so I can definitely reproduce this if I tweak the current FCOS
config/image.ks to use LVM and have a swap partition.
+1.. I'll dig into dracut a bit. Maybe we just disable
`systemd-hibernate-resume.service` on ostree systems for now, but there might be some
people on silverblue that want it. Not sure.
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