[arch-general] Is the following a minor bug of systemd, mkinitcpio or zstd?

Morten Linderud foxboron at archlinux.org
Thu Jan 6 14:18:09 UTC 2022

On Thu, Jan 06, 2022 at 02:14:37PM +0000, u34--- via arch-general wrote:
> When running mkinitcpio lately, I get:
>       -> Running build hook: [fsck]
>     Decompress:  1/35 files. Current: ...el/cdrom.ko.zst : 0 B...    ==> Generating module dependencies
> I think the Decomress message is new. It didn't appear before 30-dec-2021, 
> or so. It is aligned with the start of the line, which is not the way 
> most of the mkinitcpio output is indented. It is probably the output of 
> line 876 of /usr/lib/initcpio/functions:
>     (( ${#zst_comp[*]} )) && zstd -d --rm -q "${zst_comp[@]}"
> Note the -q, --quiet, could be the source of confusion, since it does not 
> override the Decompress line. Perhaps this is a zstd issue, or that the 
> line should have had a -q specified twice.
> Is it a bug? Who should address it?

It's a bug in zstd

Morten Linderud
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