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What changed in 29 might be the systemd hibernation implementation?
This also might be a server-side vs client-side initramfs thing. On classic systems,
/etc/fstab will end up in the initramfs. That's not true for ostree-based ones by
That said Anaconda should be injecting the rd.lvm.lv bits on the kernel commandline and
wait till they're probed.
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?
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