On 10.07.2014 07:12, WANG Chao wrote:
On 07/10/14 at 01:00pm, Dave Young wrote:
> Chao, maybe you can resend the patch series and cc systemd mailing list
> to get their opinions especially for this one.
We're going to use 'x-initrd.mount' in kdump initramfs. Because by this,
the mount unit become "Required" by initrd-root-fs.target and when it
fails, initrd-root-fs.target can get us an isolated emergency service.
This feature is introduced by the following commit from you:
Author: Harald Hoyer <harald(a)redhat.com>
Date: Tue Mar 26 15:33:57 2013 +0100
fstab-generator: drop x-initrd.rootfs mount option
x-initrd.mount now has different meanings, if fstab-generator is called
in the initramfs.
initrd:/etc/fstab and x-initrd.mount defines mounts for the
initrd:/sysroot/etc/fstab and x-initrd.mount defines mounts for the
We're just wondering if this feature will stay the persistent in the
future, and if this is what we're supposed to use.
yes, this will stay
We've sent a query to systemd-devel, but there's no core developers'
responding. I think we can confirm this from you.