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Volatile Files error - Phydeaux - 01-28-2016

PXE booting works great for me and continues to work well, but... since the OE6 release (and the betas prior) I am getting the following errors when booting. Can someone assist? I assume this is a permissions issue on my NAS, but I'm not experienced enough to know what to do.

The following is from the 09_Journal-cur.log file. I only see the "Failed to start Create Volatile Files and Directories." part onscreen when booting.

Cheers,
RLW

Code:
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd[1]: Starting Create Volatile Files and Directories...
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: ACLs are not supported. Ignoring
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: ACLs are not supported. Ignoring
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: ACLs are not supported. Ignoring
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: ACLs are not supported. Ignoring
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: [/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/z_03_connman.conf:19] Duplicate line for path "/var/cache", ignoring.
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/pictures) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.config) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.cache) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.cache/services) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.cache/bluetooth) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.cache/cores) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/screenshots) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/tvshows) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/videos) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.cache/connman) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/music) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.ssh) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.update) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.cache/ssh) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd-tmpfiles[186]: chown(/storage/.kodi/userdata) failed: Operation not permitted
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd[1]: systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service: main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd[1]: Failed to start Create Volatile Files and Directories.
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd[1]: Unit systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service entered failed state.
Jan 28 10:29:16 livingroom systemd[1]: systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service failed.



Re:Volatile Files error - Phydeaux - 05-14-2016

Really? Three months and not a single response. I find it odd no one has ever seen this before, or is PXE booting so old school that no one does it anymore?


RLW


Re:Volatile Files error - seo - 05-14-2016

yes, really.

your nfs server is misconfigured. you need no_root_squash. double check your exports

it is well documented. read http://wiki.openelec.tv/index.php?title=Network_Boot_-_NFS


Re:Volatile Files error - Phydeaux - 05-15-2016

Thanks. The section on /etc/exports was what I needed. Since my NAS is handling the NFS shares I assumed I could skip creating/configuring manually.

RLW