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Re: Latest Jessie doesn't respond to /etc/default/tmpfs "RAMTMP=yes"

Am 25.07.2014 22:19, schrieb Rick Thomas:
> On Jul 24, 2014, at 10:49 AM, Andrei POPESCU <andreimpopescu@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mi, 23 iul 14, 00:12:25, Rick Thomas wrote:
>>> I’m trying to get /tmp on tmpfs, so I put “RAMTMP=yes” in /dev/default/tmpfs .
>>> But I don’t get /tmp/mounted on tmpfs.
>> What's wrong with fstab?
>> Kind regards,
>> Andrei
> Nothing wrong with fstab, of course.  I was, as all good debianistas should when they have a bit of spare time, testing the latest release — and reporting that the documented way using /dev/default/tmpfs wasn’t working.
> It seems that this is just another example of the documentation for systemd not having caught up with the the reality of the implementation.
> I guess I’ll file a bugreport requesting that the docs be updated…

It would probably make sense to file a bug report against the
initscripts package (which provides /etc/default/tmpfs) and clarify that
this file is sysvinit specific.

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