Recently it was reported that beah starts task execution while systemd-readahead-collect
is running. This was reported on RHEL 7, but will possibly be seen on Fedora as well.
The simple solution that was first thought of was to start beah after
However, this won't work because systemd-readahead-collect.timer has
"After=default.target" in it's
unit file. So basically, we end up with a cyclic dependency. Two alternative approaches
that can be taken:
1. Define an alternative boot target
2. Disable readahead collection as we do for RHEL 6 now.
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Currently we are thinking of implementing (2) above.
Any other thoughts?
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