[rear-users] FUSE sshfs Problem while recovering a Centos7 System

Ralph Gottschalkson Ralph.Gottschalkson at rathaus.potsdam.de
Fri Jul 15 14:13:35 CEST 2016


Hi Johannes,

I also downloaded the new git-Master und it works!

Danke & Schönes Wochenende!

Ralph Gottschalkson




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   1. Re: FUSE sshfs Problem while recovering a Centos7	System
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      (Johannes Meixner)


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Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2016 13:39:31 +0000
From: Frank Morawietz <Frank.Morawietz at merckgroup.com>
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Subject: Re: [rear-users] FUSE sshfs Problem while recovering a
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Hello Johannes,

> I would very much appreciate it if I could get feedback
> whether or not it now also works for others or
> if I may have even introduced new issues.

I tested the rear GitHub master code as you suggested.
After booting the rescue system I created with this version 1.18 / Git,
I looked for the lockd kernel module that I requested with MODULES_LOAD
in the config file: It was present and loaded automatically.   :-)

Then, I went to the end of the road and also tried to recover the
system: Worked fine!

Thanks for fixing this!
Frank
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Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2016 17:00:46 +0200 (CEST)
From: Johannes Meixner <jsmeix at suse.de>
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Subject: Re: [rear-users] FUSE sshfs Problem while recovering a
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Hello Frank,

On Jul 12 13:39 Frank Morawietz wrote (excerpt):
> I tested the rear GitHub master code as you suggested.
> After booting the rescue system I created with this
> version 1.18 / Git, I looked for the lockd kernel module
> that I requested with MODULES_LOAD in the config file:
> It was present and loaded automatically.   :-)
>
> Then, I went to the end of the road and also tried
> to recover the system: Worked fine!
>
> Thanks for fixing this!

Many thanks for testing it and for your feedback!


FYI:

In my https://github.com/rear/rear/pull/909 
there is a small thing left where I don't know
how it is actually meant to work:

At the end of 40-start-udev-or-load-modules.sh
I left the "modprobe -q dm-mod" call as is
which means this modprobe call is now also always
done because it does no longer simply "return" in
the "systemd-udevd case" but now it runs through
to the end of the whole script.

I only assume this modprobe call was also meant
to be always done but I don't know.


Kind Regards
Johannes Meixner
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