• Raphaël Hertzog's avatar
    Avoid deadlock during boot by using systemctl --no-block. · bc8914bc
    Raphaël Hertzog authored
    By default systemctl waits until the requested action has been completed,
    however live-config itselfs runs as a service managed by systemd and
    the requested action cannot complete until live-config itself has
    finished... this creates a deadlock during boot.
    To avoid this we use the --no-block option of systemctl which
    instructs systemd to enqueue the requested operation and systemctl
    to not wait its completion.
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