[lxc-users] Error installing lxcfs > rc8
serge.hallyn at ubuntu.com
Wed Apr 6 23:24:35 UTC 2016
Quoting Antonio Tovar (antovar at gmail.com):
> I have problems upgrading from lxcfs RC8 to RC9 or v2.
> When upgrading, the installer shows the message:
> Setting up lxcfs (...~ppa1) ...
> and then every filesystem is mounted and the installer freezes.
> I have three fs's which usually are not mounted, so three Thunar windows
> appear suddenly.
> Last time, I had an usb memory plugged and it was mounted too.
> In syslog I see lines about mounting all the fs's, but there are also these
Can you please show precisely which package version you are
installing (and form which ppa), and show the contents of
> Apr 1 15:18:55 pc1 systemd-udevd: seq 3564
> :0:0:0/block/sdc/sdc1' is taking a long time
> Apr 1 15:18:55 pc1 systemd: systemd-udevd.service: Got notification
> message from PID 371, but reception
> only permitted for main PID 5447
> Apr 1 15:20:15 pc1 systemd: message repeated 2 times: [
> systemd-udevd.service: Got notification message
> from PID 371, but reception only permitted for main PID 5447]
> Apr 1 15:20:54 pc1 systemd-udevd: seq 3564
> 4:0:0:0/block/sdc/sdc1' killed
> The problem is that /dev/sdc1 is the boot/root partition. It is an LVM
> volume from which linux booted, so it is already mounted but It's like if
> the installer can't see it mounted.
> Then, If I execute "sudo lvs" the command does not return, it freezes. So
> the installer is somehow blocking the partition.
> I have a snapshot of the root filesystem too, I don't know if that is a
> problem, because grub also get confused and try to insert an option to boot
> from that snapshot.
> Of course, I always restore the snapshot after every failed upgrade.
> The system es Xubuntu 15.10
> At work I have the same system and lxcfs was upgraded without problems, but
> the boot/root partition is ext4.
> Any help or idea?
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