[distri] Re: Log into demi image
- From: Phillip Susi <phill@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: distri@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2020 12:04:36 -0500
Michael Stapelberg writes:
Can you file an issue for rescue mode being broken please? Please
include which virtual machine program you use. I can take a look.
My guess regarding init=/bin/bash is that you end up in the initrd,
not in the actual system?
It looked like the initrd includes systemd and it tried to chain exec
the systemd in the root fs, but honored the init= argument and ran bash
instead. It looks like some daemon is backing the fuse fs and auto
mounts the squashfs images on demand normally. I'm guessing that
whatever that is wasn't running since systemd didn't start it. Then
again, what gets the systemd or bash squashfs mounted?
Is this purely a cosmetic issue or does it prolong shutdown?
Unmounting /ro is tricky as there will always be running processes
keeping files open.
Right, so isn't there a way to tell systemd that it shouldn't bother
trying? I mean, it's read-only already, and normally the root fs can
only be remounted ro before shutdown.
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