|| at Feb 22, 2013 at 9:47 am
I just came across this problem due to an upgrade of util-linux-ng on
RHEL6 this morning :(
I have not seen any github PR related to this problem on puppetlabs-lvm
module so I will propose a patch (if it works) to replace "mount -f
--guest-fstype /dev/..." by "file -sL /dev/..."
On 11/21/2012 04:54 PM, C R Ritson wrote:
I'm testing a fedora 17 deployment and am using puppet 2.7.x and puppetlabs-lvm-0.1.1. I have a problem in that a filesystem in a logical volume is continually trying to get itself created even though it already exists and is mounted. It looks as if this might be because there is no longer a "--guess-fstype" option in the mount command which the lvm module attempts to use. I'm not sure how to solve this.
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