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9. systemd (Part II)

Yogesh Babar1 
Pune, India

So far, we have reached the service dracut.pre-mount.service where the user’s root filesystem is not yet mounted inside initramfs. systemd’s next stage of booting will mount the root filesystem on sysroot.


systemd accepts the mount dracut command-line parameter, which will drop us on a mount emergency shell. As you can see in Figure 9-1, we have passed the rd.break=mount kernel command-line parameter.
Figure 9-1

The kernel command-line parameter

As you can see in Figure 9-2, sysroot has been mounted with ...

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