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Thanks for the heads up, I reopened the issue in case anybody else is interested. Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. I am sorry I couldn't reply earlier as I was offline one+ hour after my last post. Even so, you won't be able to mount sda5 as vfat because it is a swap partition. /etc/fstab is mounting an encrypted swap, but I can't make out where this is With the follwoing additional entries in /var/lib/lxc/jessie01/config, it's possible to boot a Jessie systemd container without 'cap_sys_admin': # Custom container options lxc.mount.auto = cgroup:mixed lxc.mount.entry = tmpfs dev/shm tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev,create=dir 0 weblink

After applying changes, you may want to verify that they took effect by looking at /proc/mounts and using findmnt: $ findmnt --target /tmp TARGET SOURCE FSTYPE OPTIONS /tmp tmpfs tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime Your sdb drive appears to have a completely blank partition table ("Disk identifier: 0x00000000"). if yes try manually sudo mount -t vfat /dev/sda5 /media (type your sda which is shown in list fdisk -l) results of fdisk -l Code: Disk /dev/sda: 60.0 GB, 60022480896 bytes The latest boot2docker doesn't have systemd.

Systemd[1]: Failed To Mount Tmpfs At /sys/fs/cgroup: No Such File Or Directory

Dear Mark, Many - many thanks for your suggestions. See Sysctl#Configuration to make this permanent. On Mar 19, 2015 8:53 PM, "Brian Goff" [email protected] wrote: @tbronchain https://github.com/tbronchain You cannot call mount unless you have CAP_SYS_ADMIN, which is not available in the default container config. in looking at fstab, theres a error remount: ro thing i don't recognize, something i read said that that's part of a file protection system in case of corruption or similar?

Code: Device Label Cpcity Mountpoint Format Details /dev/sda - 60 / ext4 OS drive, has 3partitions(sda1,sda2,sda5) /dev/sdb Disk1 1000 currently not ext4 Internal drive, 1partition /dev/sdd1 TimeM... 600 currently not hfs+ glibc 2.2 and above expects tmpfs to be mounted at /dev/shm for POSIX shared memory. In this case, you can run: # mount -o remount,size=4G,noatime /tmp Disable automatic mount Under systemd, /tmp may be automatically mounted as a tmpfs even though you have no entry for Docker Centos 7 Systemctl Unable to continue." ++ #return 1 ++ : + fi + fi + +-if [ "$sys" = VSERVER ]; then +- rm -rf /run/* +-elif !

mountinfo -q /run; then ++ ebegin "Mounting /run" ++ rc=0 ++ if ! If you expect there to be partitions on that drive, I can't explain the "Disk identifier: 0x00000000" beyond what I've just said. Contributor cpuguy83 commented Mar 19, 2015 @tbronchain No, it means you need to use the above docker run command to be able to use mount in a container. Not using logind would be a possibility, but it does other nice things (killing user processes on logout, removing IPC, ...), so we would like to keep it. -- bye Joerg

For more information on this subject, follow the links listed in the #See also section. /etc/fstab tmpfs /www/cache tmpfs rw,size=1G,nr_inodes=5k,noexec,nodev,nosuid,uid=648,gid=648,mode=1700 0 0 See the mount command man page for more information. Mount: Block Device Is Write-protected, Mounting Read-only For this I added: lxc.mount.entry = tmpfs dev/shm tmpfs nosuid,nodev 0 0 lxc.mount.entry = tmpfs run tmpfs nosuid,relatime 0 0 lxc.mount.entry = tmpfs run/lock tmpfs nosuid,nodev,noexec,relatime 0 0 Unfortunately this fails For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum CAP_SYS_ADMIN works on my local dev box (OS X 10.10 with Docker Toolbox 1.8.1b) but it fails to work on the CI build agent (Ubuntu 15.04 using the docker-engine package from

  • In the first case run chkdsk /f on Windows then reboot into Windows twice.
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  • As a bonus, it fixes a cosmetic bug when clearing out /var/run on boot.
  • after this, my internal hd, cd-drive, and any other data stuff won't automount.

Cannot Mount Block Device Read Only Cifs

lyrixx commented Jan 5, 2016 Looks like this issue can be closed? Post the terminal output of: {snip} noted. Systemd[1]: Failed To Mount Tmpfs At /sys/fs/cgroup: No Such File Or Directory On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 7:19 PM, Sebastiaan van Stijn < [email protected]> wrote: Hi, Thibault, I have never needed this functionality myself and don't have experience with it in Docker. Docker Mount Block Device Last edited by seagreen; November 8th, 2011 at 03:02 PM.

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Reload to refresh your session. Debian bug tracking system administrator . fstabinfo --mount /run; then +- mount -t tmpfs -o mode=0755,nosuid,nodev tmpfs /run +- rc=$? +- fi +- if [ $rc != 0 ]; then +- eerror "Unable to mount tmpfs on http://blacklex.com/to-mount/unable-to-mount-mac.html thoughts?

This is only fixed in systemd_218-4 in experimental now. Mount Error(13): Permission Denied None of the workarounds except for "Don't drop 'cap_sys_admin' in your container" works. You should be able to mount your sdc3 FAT32 partition in the file browser, but I see nothing to correspond to it except "Disk1" and you are getting a "not authorised"

Your sdb drive appears to have a completely blank partition table ("Disk identifier: 0x00000000").

In the container : [email protected]:/# mount -t ext4 -o rw /dev/xsdc /mnt/tmp mount: block device /dev/xsdc is write-protected, mounting read-only mount: cannot mount block device /dev/xsdc read-only [email protected]:/# pfremm-NM commented May Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 3,040 Star 38,086 Fork 11,354 docker/docker Code Issues 1,882 Pull requests 162 Projects i see three drives (60G, and 2 at 1T). Docker Direct Lvm Even so, you won't be able to mount sda5 as vfat because it is a swap partition. /etc/fstab is mounting an encrypted swap, but I can't make out where this is

i think this problem is exacerbated by my naming my data disk "disk1" and one of my partitions "swap", as this is making me more confused. To disable the automatic mount, run: # systemctl mask tmp.mount Files will no longer be stored in a tmpfs, but your block device instead. Member thaJeztah commented Jan 10, 2015 Does this look like what you're trying to do? #8826 Also look at this section of the documentation; https://docs.docker.com/reference/run/#runtime-privilege-linux-capabilities-and-lxc-configuration tbronchain commented Jan 11, 2015 Hi http://blacklex.com/to-mount/unable-to-mount-usb.html Cannot determine cgroup we are running in: No such file or directory Failed to allocate manager object: No such file or directory [!!!!!!] Failed to allocate manager object, freezing.

mountinfo -q /run; then +- ebegin "Mounting /run" +- rc=0 +- if ! Message #15 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Joerg Jaspert <[email protected]> To: Felipe Sateler Cc: [email protected], [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#806885: systemd: Unable to disable mount of /run/user/$something Date: Yet, logind > does try to mount the /run/user/$id on every users login (well, inital > session creation), which gets denied. > > As the directory gets created before the mount Thibault, would you mind updating it?

Leibowitz? But it has been more than hour and a half already and I think it is going to take some more. Mounting tmpfs at /dev/shm is handled automatically by systemd, so manual configuration in fstab is no longer necessary. Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop Guide - Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop Guide - Forum Guide to BBCode - IRC #ubuntuforums Member: Not Canonical Team Please do not PM me about your forum account unless

No need for users to deal with trillions of different upstream trackers. >> As the directory gets created before the mount (and thankfully chmod >> 700 too), there is no trouble Email Address ↑ © Stuart's Weblog 2016 Powered by WordPress • Themify WordPress Themes %d bloggers like this: Debian Bug report logs - #806885 systemd: Unable to disable mount of /run/user/$something In my case, /run/user is one too. If you find a solution, it would be great to hear it.

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