Subject: Re: Unmount tmpfs before removing swap?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael van Elst <email@example.com>
Date: 11/29/2005 06:42:56
firstname.lastname@example.org (Magnus Henoch) writes:
>> AFAIK turning off swapping to "proper" block-devices is one of the
>> last things done during shutdown, while turning off swapping to
>> files happens much much earlier.
>According to the messages during shutdown, swap is indeed removed
>before file systems are unmounted.
On startup we do:
swap1 swap on block devices
mountcritlocal critical local filesystems
mountcritremote critical remote filesystems
mountall mount everything else /tmp gets mounted here
swap2 swap on files
On shutdown however we do:
swap1 remove swap from block devices
The filesystems are then unmounted by the kernel