Systemd, Oh My

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Ok, folks, I don’t get this one at all.

I’ve got a server that I just rebuilt last week, from C5 to C7. It used to export filesystems. Those were moved to another server, and NFS wasn’t turned up when I built it. I just turned it down again. And yet, I see Mar 14 10:26:33 systemd: Job dev-disk-by\x2dlabel-export1.device/start timed out. Mar 14 10:26:33 systemd: Timed out waiting for device dev-disk-by\x2dlabel-export1.device. Mar 14 10:26:33 systemd: Dependency failed for File System Check on /dev/disk/by-label/export1. Mar 14 10:26:33 systemd: Dependency failed for /export/1.

Why is this running? The systems’ been up for 10 days, and I didn’t set up such a job.


2 thoughts on - Systemd, Oh My

  • Any chance there’s a configuration-management bit that didn’t get changed, like a puppet rule or somesuch?

  • Paul Heinlein wrote:

    Not running puppet. We’ve got a home-grown management tool, and I’m not aware of any setting to set up fsck.