On 2013-12-01 03:17 (GMT-0300) Cristian Rodríguez composed:
Felix Miata composed:
> 1-cloned a nicely functional 13.1 partition
> 2-assigned new UUID & partition label, updated Grub menu & fstab on
> cloned partition
> 3-booted the clone
> 4-zypper clean -a
> 5-replace 13.1 repos with Factory's in /etc/zypp/repos.d/
> 6-zypper ref; zypper in zypper libzypp rpm glibc libsolv-tools, udev
> systemd; zypper -v dup
> 7-booted the updated clone partition to the newly installed kernel
> Result: can't do much until manually
remounting / rw
> Booting 13.1's 3.11.6 init mounts / rw.
Either I have to add rw to
> cmdline, or remount / rw before doing much of anything is possible.
> Is this expected with 3.12.1? Expected of Dracut?
Bug? Explicit rw now
> required for / in fstab?
Your root filesystem is likely to have errors.. dracut
does NOT mount /
ro unless explicitly told to by using --ro-mnt option.. and currently
depending on your setup, having the root filesystem listed in fstab or
even having a /etc/fstab file at all may not be required.
hard to tell without logs, boot with "debug"
in the cmdline.
Too late now. The problem eventually went away "on its own". I think what
happened is I forgot to change the UUID when I changed the volume label
before mounting the clone, mounted it, then changed the UUID while still
mounted. I later booted it several times both to 13.2 and older
installations, and something, likely 12.1 or 13.1, likely fsck'd it
automatically it along the way.
"The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant
words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)
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