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Re: [opensuse-factory] ending up dracut shell after update
On Saturday, 4 February 2017 17:48:19 GMT Andrei Borzenkov wrote:
04.02.2017 11:03, Alin M Elena пишет:
Feb 04 07:51:37 circassia dracut-cmdline[146]: Using kernel command line
parameters: rd.luks.uuid=luks-1b1dd170-a13d-4d89-a6b5-0eaa84888d9d
rd.lvm.lv=system/root root=/dev/mapper/system-root rootfstype=ext4
rootflags=rw,relatime,data=ordered BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-4.10.0-
rc6-2.g18f6269-default root=/dev/mapper/system-root splash=silent quiet
showopts

Are they stored kernel options or actually present on kernel command line?
I do not see them in the grub line so I suspect the luks info comes from
somewhere else.
...

Feb 04 07:51:39 circassia dracut-initqueue[306]: Failed to start systemd-
cryptsetup@luks\x2d1b1dd170\x2da13d\x2d4d89\x2da6b5\x2d0eaa84888d9d.servic
e: Unit systemd-cryptsetup@luks\x2d1b1dd170\x2da13d
\x2d4d89\x2da6b5\x2d0eaa84888d9d.service not found.

OK, now I remember (and I thought there was a bug report about it but I
cannot find it). When systemd is used, it relies on generator to create
service for root device, but generator is not aware of stored dracut
kernel parameters and is able to only process actual kernel command line
or /etc/crypttab. Now the case I remember was that after installation
dracut did not include /etc/crypttab for root and failed with similar
message. Actually, AFAICR there was no /etc/crypttab after installation
at all.
I think I know the bug you think of...
is this https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=904987 ?
that pointed me to check that /etc/crypttab exists...
now I checked that actually is valid and of course is not...

cat /etc/crypttab
cr_nvme-2002538435b1b37d4-part2 /dev/disk/by-id/nvme-2002538435b1b37d4-part2
none none

ls /dev/disk/by-id/
dm-name-cr-lvm
nvme-eui.002538435b1b37d4-part1
dm-name-system-home
nvme-eui.002538435b1b37d4-part2
dm-name-system-root
nvme-PM951
dm-uuid-CRYPT-LUKS1-1b1dd170a13d4d89a6b50eaa84888d9d-cr-lvm
-PM951
dm-uuid-LVM-DPo6X8wTh2ltloJqbAGmTvyVov5S3EnBhX4itQs8LJUTodnCmRDf9ob6L16K2rsH
raid-cr-lvm
dm-uuid-LVM-DPo6X8wTh2ltloJqbAGmTvyVov5S3EnBQaM4myUMhxvNNEmRzA9lwdFmrKLVfBeo
raid-system-home
lvm-pv-uuid-I02xcg-WV3n-gTth-hrui-1lNL-0nXZ-yF8erU
raid-system-root
nvme-eui.002538435b1b37d4

of course I am lost of the meaning of these.

Regards,
Alin
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