Am 17.03.2013 13:03, schrieb Pierre Schmitz:
Am 17.03.2013 12:33, schrieb Pierre Schmitz:
Am 10.03.2013 20:11, schrieb Dave Reisner:
systemd-nspawn is capable of doing this as of systemd-198. Doing this means we can remove all of our home grown chroot mount/umount logic, as it's all performed by pacstrap or systemd-nspawn.
It seems nspawn is only able to bind mount one directory at a time. So we cannot use it here as we need to bind multiple directories.
It seems it should be able to do more than one mount, but the implementation has a strange bug where the second host directory get's mounted to the first mountpoint within the container etc.
Tracked it down to commit 961e4526925b7b1e1d3582f2fc9fb38035e2b5fb; so this will get fixed in the next systemd release.