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It looks for the _delimiter from the right-hand end of the name so it's ok (because allthat can come to the right of it is a number and '.mount'.Post by Tom I did not try to count how many times 'systemctl daemon-reload' may be called by this bunch but 204 seems to be excessive. > The problem is that the generator encounters Comment 10 Michal Jaegermann 2012-11-14 18:18:18 EST (In reply to comment #8) > Maybe the cleanest way would be to emit no unit file > at all. Note also, that I see the same message on a system where I am using an encrypted LVM. http://0pacity.com/failed-to/systemd-journald-failed-to-set-file-attributes-operation-not-supported.html

I think that I mentioned > that on the first time in bug 840242 on 2012/Jul/14. Because how do you handle the orderingdeps for those? And since you cannot havetwo files with the same name in a directory you can't have two units forthe same mount point either...So, before we spend time on implementing this, we Comment 2 Lukáš Nykrýn 2015-11-23 08:35:07 EST Yet another symptom of known incompatibles between docker and systemd.

Thanks! The same seventeen times. 204/17 is 12 so maybe this 'systemctl daemon-reload' was called 11 times during an update transaction and once while booting? Advanced Search

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If you would still like to see this bug fixed and are able to reproduce it against a later version of Fedora, you are encouraged change the 'version' to a later something up, than you can fixit by reboot). Format For Printing -XML -Clone This Bug -Top of page First Last Prev Next This bug is not in your last search results. There maybe other ways to configure mount units but we are only talking hereabout those generated from /etc/fstab.if /etc/fstab is not going away then the possibility of arranging mountsin that file

Comment 14 Daniel Walsh 2016-06-08 12:12:20 EDT Yup, but I would just suggest that we remove those. Subscribing... Already have an account? BTW, I haven't tried this on 15.10 and systemd, so I may not even be on the right trail.

Re-running a generator part ended up with 35 errors. > (You will surely get the error if you run the last command twice. Bugzilla – Bug73710 fstab-generator fails to create mount unit Last modified: 2014-10-29 13:40:30 UTC Home | New | Browse | Search | [?] | Reports | Requests | Help | NewAccount Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox. In a perfect world, we could mount the cgroups read/only or in the future their will be namespaced cgroups so the systemd inside of the container will only get a subsection

Sorry I amnot more familiar with your process.I hope this is useful.Kind regards,John Tom Gundersen 2013-01-03 16:40:54 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by John LaneHello. If, OTOH, a fresh content is important then why not just clobber the old one and complain only if this is not possible? Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments Dependencies.txt (edit) Lspci.txt (edit) Lsusb.txt (edit) ProcCpuinfo.txt (edit) ProcEnviron.txt (edit) ProcInterrupts.txt (edit) ProcModules.txt (edit) SystemdDelta.txt (edit) UdevDb.txt (edit) modified.conffile..etc.systemd.journald.conf.txt (edit) Jan Engelhardt 2013-01-06 18:57:08 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Lennart Poetteringsystemd automatically determines a multitude of dependencies between theunits.

Will retry with suffix %s", unit, uniq_suffix);+ }+ else+ {+ log_error("Failed to create unit file %s: %m", unit);+ return -errno;+ }+ }++ } while (!f);fprintf(f,"# Automatically generated by systemd-fstab-generator\n\n"@@ -257,6 +272,12 this contact form Duplicate entry in /etc/fstab? And bindmount /image_archive/1354 to /images?I realise I can work around the problem (that's what I am doing rightnow) but I want the mounts to be done in that way (one over Description Mario Natiello 2014-01-16 19:11:41 UTC I have two fstab entries with the same mountpoint.

Excerpt from journal file: [CODE] systemd-fstab-generator[292]: Failed to create mount unit file /run/systemd/generator/home-mario-bilder.mount, as it already exists. Tom Gundersen 2013-01-02 17:21:36 UTC PermalinkRaw Message I think the problem is how systemd names the generated mount units. https://launchpad.net/~pitti/+archive/ubuntu/ppa Thanks in advance! http://0pacity.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-design-unit-file.html Adv Reply Reply With Quote March 2nd, 2016 #2 DuckHook View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ...and the Occasional Banana Ball Join Date Mar 2011 Location 19th Hole BeansHidden!

If I had setup automatic login, that might have looked like the system hanging during boot. Workaround for LP #1185394. - Add debian/udev.lvm2.init: Dummy SysV init script to satisfy insserv dependencies to "lvm2" which is handled with udev rules in Ubuntu. - Provide shutdown fallback for upstart. If you must have these directories in tmpfs, then you might be able to work around the limitation using soft links.

I can live with it, anyway :) If no modification is expected from systemd, perhaps a warning in the man page of fstab should say that valid fstab syntax may be

Priority:-1 extents:1 across:8298492k SSFS # systemctl status dev-sda3.swap ● dev-sda3.swap - Swap Partition Loaded: loaded (/run/systemd/generator.late/dev-sda3.swap) Active: active since Fri 2014-12-05 04:30:40 EST; 27min ago What: /dev/sda3 Docs: man:systemd-gpt-auto-generator(8) Process: 395 blog | ±github Offline #7 2012-11-04 00:43:57 jodanlime Member Registered: 2012-11-03 Posts: 21 Re: systemd-fstab-generator[151]: Failed to create unit file: File exists Well, it doesn't boot. One way would be to have both the source and the target in the unit name. (In reply to comment #5) OK, I see your point, but yes, I am a Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug874862 systemd-fstab-generator[255]: Failed to create unit file: File exists Last modified: 2015-02-17 09:33:22 EST Home | New | Search | [?] | Reports | Requests | Help

If all of them are 'noauto', emit no unit file. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. Instead, a script decides which file system should be mounted depending on the computer's environement (which network it is attached to). Check This Out Similar, if a socket unit refers to afile system socket on a specific mount point they gain ordering depsimplicitly too, and so on.

I would obviously like to see this supported as I have agenuine use-case for over-mounting that I have been able to do for aslong as I can remember.Regards,JohnPost by Lennart PoetteringLennart The fstab generator creates a "swap.target.requires" entry and the gpt generator creates a "swap.target.wants" entry so I would've expected fstab to trump gpt. # find /run -name "*73d341f1*" /run/systemd/generator/swap.target.requires/dev-disk-by\x2duuid-73d341f1\x2deedc\x2d43fc\x2d9e53\x2dba4194dae3fb.swap /run/systemd/generator/dev-disk-by\x2duuid-73d341f1\x2deedc\x2d43fc\x2d9e53\x2dba4194dae3fb.swap /run/udev/links/\x2fdisk\x2fby-uuid\x2f73d341f1-eedc-43fc-9e53-ba4194dae3fb We still haven't identified the root cause, so I'd rather not hide the error yet. Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 16 Thread: Failed to create mount unit file /run/systemd/generator/sysroot.mount, as it already exists Thread Tools Show Printable

Build image using the following Dockerfile: FROM rhel7.2 RUN yum install -y initscripts && yum clean all VOLUME [ "/tmp", "/run", "/data" ] CMD [ "/usr/sbin/init" ] LABEL RUN "docker run Thanks, Martin Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on 2015-02-02: #17 Download full text (3.8 KiB) This bug was fixed in the package systemd - 218-7ubuntu1 --------------- systemd (218-7ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=medium * Merge For example if a mount point lies beneath another mount pointthey gain implicit ordering deps. More and more, I anticipate moving to systemd with mounting dread.

Nobody asked for that. You'd want to order mounts that are 'higher' in the stackAfter= the mounts that are lower down (in the same way as home.mountis now ordered After=-.mount).I haven't considered that (I haven't Perhaps the kernel only started enforcing this limitation in the latest version.