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.
We've sent a query to systemd-devel, but there's no core developers'
responding. I think we can confirm this from you.