Dne 30. 06. 20 v 14:08 Hans de Goede napsal(a):
On 6/30/20 1:27 PM, Zdenek Kabelac wrote:
Dne 30. 06. 20 v 12:43 Hans de Goede napsal(a):
On 6/30/20 12:27 PM, Zdenek Kabelac wrote:
Dne 30. 06. 20 v 12:18 Hans de Goede napsal(a):
On 6/30/20 11:42 AM, Zdenek Kabelac wrote:
Dne 30. 06. 20 v 11:34 Vitaly Zaitsev via devel napsal(a):
On 30.06.2020 11:23, Igor Raits wrote:
Sadly you can't have lvm2 not installed:
Yes, but it can be disabled.
I'm sorry but e.g. dmraid-activation still running on every Fedora
Workstation install, instead of it being event activated does not give
the impression of you paying attention.
Yes - you are most likely missing that 'lvm2-monitoring' does something
only when it's in-use.
Ok, so I just checked an you are right, in my memory I was
disabling this because it kept a running process around
doing nothing, but now I see:
[hans@x1 ~]$ sudo systemctl status lvm2-monitor.service
● lvm2-monitor.service - Monitoring of LVM2 mirrors, snapshots etc. using dmeve>
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/lvm2-monitor.service; enabled;
Active: active (exited) since Tue 2020-06-30 10:37:37 CEST; 3h 20min ago
Main PID: 903 (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
Tasks: 0 (limit: 18803)
Ideally this would not start at all when not necessary, but
yes there is lower hanging fruit, sorry for the noise. >
Well there can be some extras bit of settings tuned slightly better - but
overall I believe we do a pretty good here - service is automatically exiting
also when last user goes away for a longer period of time - so really
lvm2-monitoring as long as is not in-use shouldn't be bothering users.
For me lvm2-monitor.service quickly exits using just 34mS CPU time.
ATM we are not recommending users to enable services themselves once the
come to conclusion they need it - we consider them granted from installation
1.) If the user does not need lvm2 - it should not be installed.
Well this one is a bit tricky, for one because even basic lvm support
(just VGs and LVs and nothing else) brings in support for all the
other less basic features which lvm/dm has.
And with livecd installs, the package-set which is on the livecd
is also what will end up being installed, even if the user has chosen
to use a raw partition (note since lvm is the default this is not a
big issue I guess).
It's probably still valuable to i.e. get notification in syslog about
full snapshot or thin-pool - so I'd say 34mS is reasonable compromise,
compared with the complexity we would have put on users to play with
But it's good we came to conclusion lvm2-monitor service is not a problem ;)
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