ALT Linux Bugzilla – #10318
Cannot use separate mount point for chroot
Last modified: 2009-01-06 02:15:23
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If I mount chroot/ as tmpfs, /usr/share/hasher/rmchroot fails when trying to
run chgrp on chroot/
hasher expects that chroot directory can be deleted.
If chroot directory is mount point, it cannot be deleted so hasher won't work.
Is it crucial to be able to delete chroot directory instead of just cleaning
(In reply to comment #0)
> If I mount chroot/ as tmpfs, /usr/share/hasher/rmchroot fails when trying to
> run chgrp on chroot/
I suggest you to define persistent repo location via $def_repo, and place the
rest of workdir on tmpfs.