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[issue while upgrading systemd]
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Shekhar arya
2017-11-17 11:32:46 UTC
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Hi,

I have moved from older version of systemd (part of poky 1.6) to systemd
225 (poky 1.6). I have resolved all dependencies while compilation.
However,
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regards,
- Shekhar
Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek
2017-11-17 12:34:14 UTC
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Hi
I have upgraded my systemd from older version v195 (used in poky 1.6) to
v225 to resolve some of the memory leak issues. I have resolved all the
dependencies while compilation and now system boots fine. However, after
the boot is complete, systemd is not able to start services present in
/lib/systemd/system folder. These services where perfectly working fine
with previous version of systemd. Journalctl logs report /var/ and /tmp/
directories as read-only but in mount I can see them as read-write fs.
Below is the log which I referred. Am I missing something or does newer
version of systemd required certain more configurations to run the custom
services?
Hi,
ancient versions of systemd are not supported upstream, in general.
It sounds like you are using a split-/usr scenario. You might need to
tweak the configuration options to adjust rootprefix.

Zbyszek

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