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[Solved] Pacman “filesystem: / Etc / Mtab Exists On Filesystem”
First of all I want to say hello to everyone, this is my first post here.
I tried to update my practice with pacman -Syu and encountered this error.
I’ve researched this before and found it to be standard practice when using a diagnostic repository, but I don’t just use it.
Should I remove / etc / mtab? I also tried restarting a few situations and didn’t change anything.
[diego @ snow ~] $ sudo pacman -Syu
:: Package sync databases … Kernel updated to the latest version, which will be updated additionally
Community needs updating < br> :: Start a full system update …
Eliminate dependencies …
Beware of conflicts …
Objectives (6). -2
Total download size: 0.00 MB
Total installed size: 36.11 MB
Would you like to continue with the installation? [Yes / No]
(6/6) Check package integrity [#######################] 100%
(6/6 ) check due tonfliktov files [####################] 100% failure
Error: execute transaction (conflicting files)
file system: / etc / mtab exists in file system
errors occurred, only packages were updated.
[diego @ snow ~] $ pacman sudo -Syu
:: Synchronizing the package databases …
Community updated date Latest
:: Home full system update …
Eliminating dependencies …
Checking for conflicts …
Targets (6): bluez-4.96-3 filesystem-2011.12-2 glibc-2.14. 1-4
libldap-2.4.28-1 liboauth-0.9.6-1 xorg -xinit -1.3.1-2
Continue installation? [Yes / no]
(6/6) Ensure the integrity of the packaging [#######################] 100%
(6/6 ) Check file for conflicts [####################] 100%
Error: Commit transaction failed (conflicting files)
File system: / etc / mtab exists via filesystem
errors occurred, no packages were fully updated.
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% Lodge / etc / mtab/ etc / mtab: symlink to ../proc/self/mounts% manual file / proc / mounts/ proc / mounts: symlink / mounts on itself%
/etc / mtab is definitely a compatibility mechanism. Previously, there was no call to a Unix course to read existing build information. Instead, the filesystem management programs had to cooperate and intentionally maintain an array in
/ etc / mtab of whatever was mounted.
Linux came up with the idea of ”procfs”, and even one of the winners was the kernel-controlled version assigned to this table as a
mount regular alias. -file. A “system call” to read installation information from the kernel is an open-read-close sequence for that log, followed by analysis of the result, including in human-readable form. In machine readable form (something as subtle as you, I can see bug reports a little over two weeks ago).
/ etc / mtab has become a popular link to map to
/ proc / mounts , which allows programs with that connected name to continue to read the mount table. file, programs that have mounted and unmounted file systems no longer want to explicitly doanything yourself to stay up to date. (However, some who are still using it will do so if
/ etc / mtab turns out to be a new regular writeable file. And usually in some extreme cases the normalized information in
is mounted < / code>, which lacks all non-kernel elements, is definitely not quite what you want; although they don't override shared locks with
/ etc / mtab .)
Currently, each process can get its own individual representation of the mounted text, and now there are separate
mounts files for each process as procfs, each process has its own table reaching the symbolic binding
self / mounts and
/ proc / mounts can now also use the compatibility mechanism. (Interestingly, neither the process-related
mounts nor the basic
mountinfo is similar to current is a pseudo-regular file.)
SunOS / Solaris may have analogschny mechanism. The file
/ etc / mnttab is actually a file system with one file, and therefore, in addition to reading a specific table through a descriptor, opened in this file using the most important function
read () <. start / code>, you can see how it generates mountpoint changes with
poll () and therefore gets various other results with
ioctl () .
/ etc / mnttab is also the name of a file, although since version 11 it was still a regular file that computer utilities interact with. systems.
AIX does not export certain readable table text provided by analysis programs, and it has a valid equivalent file. BSDs have full system calls,
getfsstat () from FreeBSD and OpenBSD, for programs that are going to get the kernel mount table in machine readable form, but without passing it through human readable form to Newbie revives.
- Zygmunt Krynicki (16.03.2019). r path in obfuscated mount modules. No. 12018. Systemic problems.
- Zbigniew JaceevsKi-Shmek (April 4, 2019). [df] Wrong parsing of
/ proc / self / mountinfowith r in the boost path. # 35137. GNU Coreutils bug.
/ proc / mounts. Documentation / filesystems / proc.txt. Linux 5.1.
- Jonathan of Boyne Pollard (28 Feb 2019). Purpose: target
fstab-decode. Bug # 567071. Debian bug.
getfsstat (). Referring to the FreeBSD system manual. 2016-12-27.
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