kdump on VFAT?
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Wed Jun 27 08:17:55 PDT 2018
Buried in this Fedora thread on the BootLoaderSpec, is the discussion on the
technical merit (or not) of using VFAT for /boot which is currently
where kdump drops the vmcore dumpfiles. So I'm wondering if
there are any developer concerns about dumps going to VFAT and also if
a viable work around is putting crash dumps in /var instead?
For reference, BootLoaderSpec in effect requires VFAT for $BOOT which
would contain bootloader configuration, kernel, initramfs, and would
be mounted at /boot
Fedora thread to make BootLoaderSpec default in Fedora 29 (note that
really this feature only implements BootLoaderSpec file format for
bootloader configuration; not the full spec that includes the VFAT
requirement - that's still under discussion).
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