[arch-general] Systemd with encrypted Btrfs

Aurko Roy roy.aurko at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 06:25:18 EDT 2012


Thanks for the clarification. Also I was wondering if there was any
reason why Arch doesn't have the rc-local.service in systemd by
default. There was some stuff I ran in rc.local (reducing brightness,
proxy authentication) but it seems there is no rc-local service in
systemd. I am working on copying content from fedoras rc-local.service
and trying to get it to work on my laptop.


On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 3:46 PM, Tom Gundersen <teg at jklm.no> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 12:10 PM, Aurko Roy <roy.aurko at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You're right, on digging deeper (logs) I found that the fsck had
>> failed earlier as well but I never noticed it as the boot process
>> wasn't interrupted. I didn't face it again after setting passno. to 0.
>> I had heard about btrfs being released without a proper fsck in place
>> but I thought that was long ago and that btrfsck was ready for general
>> use.
> I have been using btrfs as my rootfs on all my machines for a couple
> of years and never seen a corruption that required fsck, so I don't
> know how well (or not) btrfsck actually works. I would assume it would
> not be too bad, as it is shipped by at least Oracle. The problem
> though is that it does not implement the correct API for integration
> with regular fsck, so it can only be called manually and not
> automatically on boot.
> -t

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