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2011 Nov 10
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
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
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
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
[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
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
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
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
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
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
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
[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/ | 8 + daemon/ | 396 +++++++++++++++++++++ daemon/inspect.mli | 41 +++ daemon/ | 363 +++++++++++++++++++ daemon/inspect_fs.mli | 23 ++ daemon/ | 745
2013 Nov 22
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
[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/ | 8 + daemon/ | 396 ++++++++++++++++++++ daemon/inspect.mli | 41 ++ daemon/ | 363 ++++++++++++++++++ daemon/inspect_fs.mli | 23 ++ daemon/ | 788
2001 Nov 01
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
problems accessing unused physical hard drives from Dom0
Hi, I run an Ubuntu Breezy Dom0 under Xen 3.0.1 (official Xen 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
Not mounting on boot
Specs: Oracle 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- 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
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
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
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 /