Re: Q: How to add more modules when -H is specified?
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On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 5:24 PM, Harald Hoyer <harald@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 29.07.2011 10:57, WANG Cong wrote: >> >> Hi, dracut people, >> >> I am not sure about the expected behaviour when I specify both >> -H and --add foo (where module foo is not automatially added >> by -H). It looks like with -H specified, --add foo will not >> take any effect? >> >> At least `-H --add nfs` doesn't work if my rootfs is not nfs, >> I see the following check in modules.d/95nfs/module-setup.sh, >> >> [ $hostonly ] && ! egrep -q '/ nfs[34 ]' /proc/mounts && return 1 >> >> So, is this expected? I mean as long as I specify -H, there is >> no way to add more modules? Or just the nfs check code is wrong? > > Hmm, yes, currently all "add" modules also have the hostonly check. > Sometimes you want that behaviour, sometimes not.. > > We might want s.th. like "--force-add" for that use case. This is exactly what comes into my mind. :-D > >> >> Also, I am looking for a way to add all needed modules for >> devices mounted in current system, as -H only adds modules >> needed by rootfs. >> >> Thanks! >> > > Not (yet) implemented. I accept patches :-) > How about add a new option, e.g. '--all-mounted'? Anyway, I will try to make some patches. Thanks! -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe initramfs" in the body of a message to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html