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Bug#750360: systemd-sysv: breaks NFS root systems

Am 04.06.2014 07:54, schrieb Dominik George:
>> While the attached patch looks correct, I'd very much prefer if we could
>> just mount /usr from the initramfs, which would make this issue obsolete.
> Uh? Not really… remember, we are just goin to check whether we got the 
> *rootfs* mounted, we can hardly go mount something to /usr for that.

You are misunderstanding. If /usr is on a separate file system and we
mount that from within the initramfs [1], we don't need to worry about
using resources from /usr

> Apart from that, there is no /usr in the initramfs.

I didn't say that.

[1] https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=652459
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