Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?
Atomic in the original word meaning can't be cut, and stopping is a form of cutting. Rolling back is a strategy to permit stopping an atomic operation, but I am unsure thi can be done always.
Gian Uberto Lauri
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On 11/dic/2014, at 17:42, Stefan Monnier <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> users equally well. If it does, the relevance of having a ^C at boot
>>>> time for stopping an fsck might be open to examination.
>>> The issue goes beyond fsck. It's important to be able to interrupt
>>> various long-running operations (typically waiting for an event)
>>> during boot.
>> But some operations are "atomic".
> I don't see how to affects what I said.
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