Unable To Mount Block Device To Container

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  1. Unable To Mount Block Device To Container Store

Hi, I have a ZVOL created on the host and partitioned so that I end up with /dev/zd0p1 which I’ve then formatted with ext4. I have exported this to a container with: lxc config device add spike-test1 testvol unix-block path=/dev/zd0p1 this works fine and on the container I can mount /dev/zd0p1 and write to it no problem. However I cannot get it to mount when the container is started, even if I put it in /etc/fstab it won’t automatically mount (it uses defaults option so it implies auto and mount at boot). What am I missing? Both host and container are ubuntu 16.04, lxd 2.16. Thanks, Spike. Fwiw I solved the problem by creating a systemd mount file for my device.

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I had create mount cheese and tried ' mount -t iso9660 /dev/hdd /mnt/cheese' This is the output that I get: mount: block device /dev/hdd is write-protected, mounting read-only. I have a Linux host with a block device /dev/sdb, and I want to mount the device to host's /mnt/sdb. My special need is that do this in a container but not in the host itself, and need not to mount the device into container also (for example -v). Business card template download for mac. For example (does not work certainly). Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.

Unable To Mount Block Device To Container Store

The core issue seems to be with systemd-fstab-generator which is in charge of creating necessary mount unit files from fstab and is not working. In my case I added the following to /etc/systemd/system/nethomes.mount: [Unit] Description=Mount NetHomes ZVOL [Mount] What=/dev/zd0p1 Where=/nethomes Type=ext4 Options=defaults,usrquota [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target I then enabled it with systemctl enable nethomes.mount and after restarting the container the zvol was correctly mounted. Please note, the filename must match your mountpoint to work. I referred to these two links to figure out systemd stuff (I'm completely new to it): • • hope this helps somebody until the bug is fixed Powered by, best viewed with JavaScript enabled.

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I have been experimenting with LXD on Ubuntu Server 16.04 and i'm trying to figure out how to mount a linux block device from the host in the container. I was able to successfully add the device using the command: lxc config device add test sdb1 unix-block path=/dev/sdb1 When i attach to the container and run ls /dev/ i can see that sdb1 exists but i am unable to mount it within the container.

I have tried running mount /dev/sdb1 testdir/ but I get the error: mount: permission denied Am I setting this up correctly? If so how would I mount inside to container?

This entry was posted on 03.06.2017.