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Re: ifupdown writes to /etc... a bug?



Anthony Towns wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 12, 2003 at 12:25:37PM -0500, Joey Hess wrote:
> > [1] probably with a rcS.d/S46mountrun.sh that does a "mount /var/run".
> 
> Uh, there's no point having it later than S35mountall.sh; and it certainly
> can't be later than S40networking.

No, that's the second bind mount. The first (to get a /var/run up before
ifupdown runs) is accomplished by putting the bind mount in /etc/fstab,
where S35mountall.sh will mount it. So the sequence is:

1. boot, root mounted
2. S35mountall binds /var/run to /whatever
3. S39ifupdown writes its state to /whatever via /var/run
4. S45mountnfs.sh mounts over /var from network, which shadows the bind mount
5. S46mountrun.sh puts the bind mount back over top of the network
   mounted /var

-- 
see shy jo

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