On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 4:11 PM, Lennart Poettering
> On Mon, 10.10.11 15:58, Richard Shaw (hobbes1069@gmai...) wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Lennart Poettering
>> <mzerqung@0poi...> wrote:
>> > On Mon, 10.10.11 15:13, Richard Shaw (hobbes1069@gmai...) wrote:
>> >> /var/tmp/yum-richard-R_0cAQ/x86_64/15/adobe-linux-i386
>> >> /var/tmp/yum-richard-R_0cAQ/x86_64/15/adobe-linux-i386/packages
>> >> /var/tmp/yum-richard-R_0cAQ/x86_64/15/fedora
>> >> /var/tmp/yum-richard-R_0cAQ/x86_64/15/fedora/packages
>> >> /var/tmp/yum-richard-R_0cAQ/x86_64/15/local
>> >> /var/tmp/yum-richard-R_0cAQ/x86_64/15/local/packages
>> >> /var/tmp/yum-richard-R_0cAQ/x86_64/15/local-install
>> >> /var/tmp/yum-richard-R_0cAQ/x86_64/15/local-install/packages
>> > Hmm, maybe some package you installed includes a weird tmpfiles rule?
>> > Can you paste "grep -r . /etc/tmpfiles.d/ /usr/lib/tmpfiles.d"
>> > somewhere?
>> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/34775202/tmpfiles.txt >
> Hmm nothing particularly suspicious here.
> Next step: could you copy /lib/systemd/system/systemd-tmpfiles.service
> to /etc/systemd/system/ and prefix the ExecStart with "/usr/bin/strace
> -o /run/tmpfiles.strace", and then paste the output that generates in
> that file somewhere?
I couldn't find systemd-tmpfiles.service... I assume that
systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service was the correct file? I added what you
suggested and I checked it twice but when I rebooted the boot process
Will booting to single user mode let me fix this or will I have to use
some sort of rescue media?
> That should tell us what files tmpfiles actually accesses there.
> This is on rotating media I presume?