Hello Anton, please reply on the list too.
Anton Gerasimov [2016-09-20 10:22 +0200]: > yes, I think it can be due to missing udev rules. But if the device node > is actually there, doesn't it mean that it was noticed by systemd? No, only devices with a "systemd" udev tag get represented in systemd; this is to avoid unnecessary overhead with creating dozens or hundreds of device units and having to follow their states, so the udev rules only pick out those which we want to actually use. > And I still can't get what happens when dev-hda.device is started. Block device units are mostly being used to know when the corresponding mount units get started. Anton Gerasimov [2016-09-20 11:37 +0200]: > Yes, just adding 'KERNEL=="hda" TAGS+="systemd"' to udev rules did the > trick. Thank you! That means you are missing /lib/udev/rules.d/99-systemd.rules for some reason. Martin -- Martin Pitt | http://www.piware.de Ubuntu Developer (www.ubuntu.com) | Debian Developer (www.debian.org) _______________________________________________ systemd-devel mailing list email@example.com https://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/systemd-devel