[I sent the reply below a month ago, but I apparently only sent it to Marco, no the list.] 04/11/2012 02:09 AM, Marco Amadori: > On Wednesday 11 April 2012 02:05:16 Daniel Baumann wrote: >> On 04/10/2012 08:15 PM, Marco Amadori wrote: >>>>> We could probably drop support for /etc/live-persistence.binds >>> What replaces that thing nowadays? It was handy to save some unwanted >>> data to be saved/restored. >> anonym explained it, didn't you read till the end? :) > Yes, but it works the other way. I'm terribly sorry, I mixed up two files. Please re-read that part with this in mind: s/live-persistence.binds/live-snapshot.list Also I just realized that my proposal maybe won't support making individual files persistent (like live-snapshot.list can), only directories, so in that sense it could become some what weaker than live-snapshot.list. I'm not saying it's impossible, but the paradigm of the current custom mounts code is based on directories, and off-hand I'm unsure of how easy it'd be to deal with individual files. Cheers!
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