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Re: How to declare a bind mount in the "file-systems" definition?

From: Leo Famulari
Subject: Re: How to declare a bind mount in the "file-systems" definition?
Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2020 21:41:55 -0400

On Thu, Mar 19, 2020 at 07:31:23PM -0500, Matthew Brooks wrote:
> The online manual does mention that bind-mount exists, but doesn't actually 
> seem to have any examples of defining a bind mount.

You would add (flags '(bind-mount)) to the Scheme definition of

> The manual also doesn't give any examples of defining a dependency so that 
> the base drive gets mounted and then the bind mount will only be mounted 
> after. Do I define the "spinning-disk-drive-goes-here" file system inside the 
> dependency block and not in the main list of file systems, or do I define it 
> in the usual place and then add some unique ID to the dependency block, or 
> something else?

There's an example in this discussion:

Make sure to read the reply from Ludovic which completes the picture.

Does that help?

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