On Sun, Nov 06, 2016 at 09:28:59AM +0300, Andrei Borzenkov wrote:
> 1. The behavior that if filesystem from /etc/fstab fails to mount, boot
> is stopped and administrator intervention is required existed long
> before systemd.

I have never seen this.

> 2. Password is requested not by systemd, but by command that it starts
> to present shell. Default is sulogin. You are free to override it with
> anything you want, including /bin/sh. Again, sulogin was often default
> in this case before systemd as well.

Yes, that right. Before the systemd era, systems usually continued to
boot in case (1) until they hit something hard and unmoving. systemd
systems stop voluntarily.


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