[Steve Langasek] > [use of /dev/shm] inappropriately ties the required feature (early > availability of read-write space for data that doesn't persist across > reboots) to a particular implementation, instead of leaving the admin > free to structure the mounts in a way that's most appropriate for the > system. Well, this *is* early boot he's talking about. mountvirtfs.sh has not been run yet, /etc/fstab lies disregarded. The admin only has so much control over where /run is mounted from at this stage of the game. I still support a tmpfs /run, but not because it gives the admin any particular control.
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