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Bug#704931: chroot_cleanup should not unmount /proc

also sprach Cyril Brulebois <kibi@debian.org> [2013.04.07.2257 +0200]:
> AFAICT you're the only one having such an issue with the
> mount/umount dance (it might be suboptimal as far as
> “performances” are concerned, but that's certainly not serious);
> having that issue with grub-installer, which already got
> a fix-or-workaround in the meanwhile, makes me think it's nowhere
> like a serious bug.

So there is a "dance" being performed for no apparent reason, and
you prefer to hack a fix into grub-installer rather than to fix the
root's cause?

What if the next d-i component fails, will you hack it too?

I can demonstrate how I can break d-i using only the preseed.cfg
file's interface and you don't consider this serious?

Attached is the log you wanted. I could not find anything therein.

The d-i is from the mirrors at
stable/main/installer-amd64/current/images/netboot downloaded
yesterday and updated today.

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