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2011 Nov 10
1
Managing /etc/fstab with puppet
Hey everyone, I''m trying to figure out how to manage my /etc/fstab with puppet on all my servers. Does anybody have an idea for me how to do? I tried it with augeas but I didn''t like the results I got so far... here is what I''ve tried: define conf ( $id = "01", $spec = " ", $file = " ", $vfstype
2014 Oct 10
0
Re: missing btrfs subvol support
On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 01:47:01PM +0200, Olaf Hering wrote: > > Is btrfs subvol support failing just for me? Looks like nothing adds the > required '@/' string. virt-ls uses the first variant of the command: > > ><rescue> mount -vo subvol=var/spool,ro /dev/sda2 /sysroot/ > [ 113.852047] BTRFS info (device sda2): disk space caching is
2014 Oct 10
2
Re: missing btrfs subvol support
On Fri, Oct 10, Richard W.M. Jones wrote: > My guess is that the last one (opt/value) will be different for you. Thanks for the pointers. I will poke around. At least augtool on the host seems to behave correctly: olaf@bax:~ $ cd /dev/shm/$$ bash: cd: /dev/shm/3570: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden olaf@bax:~ $ mkdir $_ olaf@bax:~ $ cd $_
2006 Apr 07
1
Weird early-boot sequence, can't find a way to adapt to ramfs
This is most exceedingly weird boot/shutdown sequence that I used once, and can't find a way to adapt to initramfs. Since you guys are trying to adapt all mechanisms that use initrd to using initramfs, this should interest you. initrd has (all binaries static): /bin: init halt mount poweroff pivot_root reboot sh umount /etc: fstab haltrc /dev: null zero tty tty0 tty1
2016 Aug 25
1
[PATCH] inspection: Fix parsing of btrfs subvolumes in /etc/fstab.
The code to parse btrfs subvol entries in /etc/fstab failed if the entry had more than one comma-separated option, for example: /dev/sda4 /home btrfs rw,user,subvol=foo 0 0 This commit fixes that code to use Augeas correctly. Fixes commit 7ba0e10501f23358c38939930d613bf2393d744d. Reported by: Zhongfu Li
2001 Sep 24
7
ext3 and kernel 2.4.10
Good morning, I try to use the last release of ext3 patch with a 2.4.10 linux kernel. I have two troubles : - when the kernel is booting, I receive : NET4: Unix domain sockets 1.0/SMP for Linux NET4.0. VFS: Mounted root (ext2 filesystem) readonly. Freeing unused kernel memory: 208k freed Adding Swap: 128480k swap-space (priority -1) Adding Swap: 128480k swap-space (priority -2) Why my root
2005 Jun 15
3
Burning CDs
Hi, I have just installed 4.1 on a new Dell Latitude d610. It does not automount the CDs. When I mount the CD manually I get: $mount /media/cdrecorder mount: block device /dev/hdc is write-protected, mounting read-only The CD writer is an Philips IDE: CDRW/DVD-ROM CDD5263 Here is my mtab: $ cat /etc/mtab /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00 / ext3 rw 0
2008 May 09
1
disk partitioning - I'm missing something simple, I think
Hi all, Excuse the question as I'm sure those more experienced will find it simple. I've a CentOS5.1 box with six physical drives, two of which are used for nightly rsync backups. Contents of /etc/mtab, /etc/fstab, df and a brief narrative follow: ====================================================== # cat ./fstab /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 /
2005 May 23
0
fsck problem
hi, i''m trying to do following: centos4 dom0 with lvm, created an lv and restored an backup of an centos3 mashine to the lv. changed fstab, mtab so they match the config-file for xen. i get an error where the domU is complaining about the fsck-version - they are different in centos3 and -4, but what can i do, to restore an existing machine into a logical volume? thx for your help. by,
2006 Jul 01
3
cifs mounts in smbfstab
Hello, I have the following in /etc/samba/smbfstab; //msserver/share /mnt/smb-share cifs file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,credentials=/etc/cifsusers/admin,rw However, when using 'mount /mnt/smb_dir' I get; mount: can't find /mnt/smb_dir in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab Using 'mount -a' doesn't
2007 Dec 16
3
xen and quota
Hi guys, i am running xen 3.1.0 from sources at my debian server. at the domU it seems there are no quota functionality: quotacheck -mav quotacheck: Cannot stat() mounted device /dev/hda1: No such file or directory quotacheck: Cannot find filesystem to check or filesystem not mounted with quota option. cat /etc/fstab cat /etc/fstab # <file system>
2017 Aug 09
0
[PATCH v12 09/11] daemon: Implement inspection of Linux and other Unix-like operating systems.
This is essentially a line-for-line translation of the C inspection code. --- daemon/Makefile.am | 8 + daemon/inspect.ml | 396 +++++++++++++++++++++ daemon/inspect.mli | 41 +++ daemon/inspect_fs.ml | 363 +++++++++++++++++++ daemon/inspect_fs.mli | 23 ++ daemon/inspect_fs_unix.ml | 745
2013 Nov 22
0
centos4.8 system container not working on fedora 19 machine
Hi All, I am trying to evaluate whether centos-4.8 system container work on Fedora-19 machine or not. Host machine : Fedora 19 Guest (LXC container) : CentOS4 .8 For creation of of container i followed following steps, 1. Installed libvirt packages on fedora19 2. For installation of rootfs using yum, I have created the LOCAL YUM REPO using CentOS-4.8 ISO files
2017 Jul 31
0
[PATCH v11 08/10] daemon: Implement inspection of Linux and other Unix-like operating systems.
This is essentially a line-for-line translation of the C inspection code. --- daemon/Makefile.am | 8 + daemon/inspect.ml | 396 ++++++++++++++++++++ daemon/inspect.mli | 41 ++ daemon/inspect_fs.ml | 363 ++++++++++++++++++ daemon/inspect_fs.mli | 23 ++ daemon/inspect_fs_unix.ml | 788
2001 Nov 01
3
ext3 partition still gets mounted as ext2 for me too!
Hi, I am a new ext3 user and I am having problems similar to what many people are facing on this list. I have done everything as the emails suggest. I am using SuSE 7.3 with the the 2.4.10 kernel and ext3 compiled as a module. Because it is 2.4.10 kernel, I created all my journals from a rescue disk and everything seems to be working right for the non-root filesystems. My fstab has all my
2006 Feb 20
0
problems accessing unused physical hard drives from Dom0
Hi, I run an Ubuntu Breezy Dom0 under Xen 3.0.1 (official Xen 2.6.12.6 kernels from xen-3.0.1-install.tgz). In the machine i''ve got 2 IDE ATA discs, hda and hdc. The Dom0 runs on hda1 (a big / partition), hda2 is swap. hdc is totally unused (an empty disc, exactly the same model that hda). 8 to 10 domU run from .img files located in /vserver without problems (unmodified kernel
2005 Aug 23
3
Not mounting on boot
Specs: Oracle 9.2.0.4 OS is Redhat AS2.1 ocfs-2.4.9-e-summit-1.0.12-1 ocfs-tools-1.0.10-1 ocfs-support-1.0.10-1 ocfs-2.4.9-e-enterprise-1.0.12-1 Shared Storage: Dell/EMC CX600 naviagentcli-6.19.0.4.14-1.noarch.rpm PowerPath 4.4 My system was originally installed by Dell. Since then I've upgraded the OCFS and a few other pkgs. But ever since the beginning the ocfs drives mounted on
2012 Apr 12
1
Console to RHEL6.1 container
We are trying to create RHEL6.1 container and having trouble getting a proper console to the container. I have used lxc containers in the past and lxc has a script (lxc-fedora) to setup a basic Fedora container. Is there something similar or docs with virtmgr ? We started out making a copy of the root fs and using that copy as the root for the container. I made a couple of tweaks to the
2007 Oct 15
2
umount'ing a /media/disk... as a user
Hello! Currently, whenever I attempt to umount /media/disk (or -1, etc), I either have to be user or have to have given the account sudo privileges. Since these "disks" are usually just flash-memory sticks, I'd really rather have the permission to umount them be given to users. The /etc/mtab shows the /media filesystems, /etc/fstab does not. Thank
2005 May 19
1
extlinux and block loopbacks
Hello-- I'm trying to use extlinux to make a bootable disk image, but I've hit a wall. I've got a partitioned hard disk image with one ext2 partition in it. I've mounted the partition through a block loopback device (/dev/loop1 on the host) and chrooted into it in order to run extlinux. Within the chroot environment, /etc/mtab says: /dev/hda1 /