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9. systemd (Part II)

Yogesh Babar1 
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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.

sysroot.mount

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.
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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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