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Re: [opensuse-factory] Systemd by default
On 05/30/2011 05:20 PM, Kay Sievers wrote:
On Mon, 2011-05-30 at 16:29 +0200, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2011-05-30 15:26, Kay Sievers wrote:

May 30 10:38:11 c-3po kernel: [ 28.462295] systemd[1]: Breaking
ordering cycle by deleting job cpufreq.service/start

Care to remove cpufreq. Nothing should fiddle around with CPU governors
these days. The kernel's on-demand governor is the only sensible thing
to do.

Bug 653540

Ah, I see. It's not the weird userspace daemon, it's only a crazy init
script to to load a few modules which should be compiled into the
kernel. :)

May 30 10:38:11 c-3po kernel: [ 32.223395] systemd-cryptsetup[855]:
unknown /etc/crypttab option 'none', ignoring.

Care to check what 'none' means to express in that file, and if that can
just be removed? Did you, or Yast added it?

'none' is a valid option in that file.

#/dev/mapper/name device or file none options

cr_something /dev/disk/by-id/ata-XXXXX-partX none none

Seems, there is no support for an options=="none" in systemd's native
crypttab support, only for key=="none". It does not support a few other
options of the Debian/SUSE crypttab parser too.

The 'none' for the options is not mentioned in the manpage of SUSE's
crypttab though.

Did you add the last 'none' manually, or was it the installer/Yast which
added it?


This one was write like this if you do an install by yast and use the lvm full
encrypted choice.
So you get the lvm volume group encrypted and on top of this one the different
logical volume
(in my case / /srv /home /var and swap)


Bruno Friedmann
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