[arch-general] Mounting /var early in systemd

Paul Gideon Dann pdgiddie at gmail.com
Wed Dec 12 10:02:08 EST 2012

On Wednesday 12 Dec 2012 14:17:34 Tom Gundersen wrote:
> I'm not able to reproduce this problem. I don't see the need for
> sockets-pre.target. It should be possible to simply specify your mount
> in /etc/fstab (obviously this only works in this test case, as the
> hostname will be hardcoded), and all sockets should get ordered
> correctly.
> Could you try that (remember doing "systemctl daemon-reload" after
> editing fstab) and then doing "systemctl show <problematic>.socket |
> grep After" to see if it worked? If it did not, please post the socket
> unit in question.

Thanks for your suggestions.  I added /var to fstab and rebooted, but it was 
ordered lower down that specifying "Before=sockets.target":


# systemctl show syslog.socket | grep After


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