W dniu 24.01.2019 o 19:46, Andrei Borzenkov pisze:
24.01.2019 21:32, Adam Mizerski пишет:
I've got an odd problem, that probably deserves a bug report, but I
don't know where to start looking for evidence.
I'm running openSUSE 15.0 "transactional server" on a vps. I had freenet
daemon installed, running as a dedicated "freenet" user.
What happened is that the "freenet" user suddenly disappeared. It's not
mentioned in /etc/passwd, /etc/shadow nor /etc/group. If I do "ls -l" in
/home/freenet, there are numbers instead of owner and group. Service
obviously fails to start.
I had a look at logs, but there's nothing alarming.
Do you have any clues, what could go wrong?
No. If you are using btrfs with snapshots enabled you may compare
previous snapshots; this may provide better information when it happened
which will allow more targeted log analysis.
In snapshots there's nothing wrong. The last shapshot has "freenet" user
in /etc/passwd. But the problem I see is that, unlike on normal openSUSE
installation, "transactional server" makes no "post" snapshots. And
looks like the last update broke freenet. In logs, exactly after
transactional-update made a new shapshot, when shutting down, systemd
complains about freenet user.
The update was also not very interesting: just wireguard-kmp-default and
wireguard-tools from network:vpn:wireguard were updated to 0.0.20190123.
for freenet service: http://susepaste.org/view/a0905f56
Systemd service file:
After=local-fs.target network.target time-sync.target