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1_awsd_2
Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist
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Strange Stratis Behaviour

Hello everyone,

I encountered a strange behaviour while doing the Stratis exercies from the rh134 book.

The thing is that when I tried to mount a stratis volume, which has two disks added to the pool, on the already running system by using the volume's UUID in the /etc/fstab file, it mounted whithout problems. When I rebooted the machine, the systemm did not mount the logical volume as it should have.

However after I put the path (/dev/stratispool1/stratis-filesystem1) of the same stratis volume into the /etc/fstab file rather than the UUID, the volume mounted whithout problems after rebooting the system.

I tried also with a one disk setup, where I put the UUID of the volume in the /etc/fstab file and in that case the volume was mounted after rebooting the machine.


Is this behaviour normal with stratis?

Shouldn't the system mount volumes using either UUID or path/disk names, regardless of how many disks are in the volume pool?


Thanks in advance.

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TM
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Hi @1_awsd_2,

Have you ensured that the x-systemd.requires=stratisd.service option is present in /etc/fstab ?

See below line.
UUID=... /path xfs defaults,x-systemd.requires=stratisd.service 0 0

Regards,

Tshimanga

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1_awsd_2
Mission Specialist
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Hi @TM ,

 

Yes, the x-systemd.requires=stratisd.service option is present in the /etc/fstab file.

 

Regards.

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