Bug#807769: systemd: /tmp mounted as tmpfs without user asking for it
biebl at debian.org
Sun Dec 13 01:19:17 GMT 2015
Am 12.12.2015 um 17:31 schrieb Sanjoy Mahajan:
> A bunch of reasonably important iceweasel-downloaded .pdf files in /tmp
> suddenly disappeared. I feared that I had misconfigured the
> /etc/tmpfiles.d/tmp.conf and allowed automatic cleaning, but that file
> was correct (prevented /tmp cleaning):
> # Automatically migrated from TMPTIME in /etc/default/rcS
> #d /var/tmp 1777 root root -
> d /tmp 1777 root root -
> I got back my /tmp files by unmounting /tmp, so all was well. But how
> should I prevent it from happening again? I don't want /tmp on tmpfs.
> Should I just set PrivateTmp=no in that config?
Have you read the comments in /etc/tmpfiles.d/tmp.conf ?
You previously already had tmpfs-on-/tmp under sysvinit as you've set it
in /etc/default/rcS. This setting was migrated when systemd was installed.
Are you saying this setting was incorrectly migrated?
Can you attach your /etc/default/rcS?
As for your question:
If you want to get rid of tmpfs-on-/tmp, run systemctl disable tmp.mount
and then rm /etc/tmpfiles.d/tmp.conf
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