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bug#27034: mount -L will mount the first partition with the named label

From: Quiliro
Subject: bug#27034: mount -L will mount the first partition with the named label
Date: Wed, 24 May 2017 13:28:12 -0500

El Tue, 23 May 2017 11:39:13 +0200
Ricardo Wurmus <address@hidden> escribió:

> Quiliro <address@hidden> writes:
> > Now that installation had failed, I decided to remove all contents of 
> > /mnt/tmp to start from 0. 
> >
> > lsblk recognized:
> > sda as the usb installer
> > sdb1 as a previous failed installation with label my-root
> > sdc1 as the current installation with label my-root
> >
> > When I restarted to begin installation from fresh, I noticed that 
> > /mnt/etc/bare-bones.scm was changed from sda to sdc. I remember having 
> > changed it. But I started doubting. Then I checked the mount and noticed 
> > that /mnt was in sdb1 instead of in sdc1. So I umounted and mounted with -L 
> > again. But it would mount sdb1 again. So I umounted and mounted with 
> > /dev/sdc1 and no -L. That worked.
> I don’t understand this bug report.  Labels must be unique.  They are
> a more readable alternative to using UUIDs.

Yes. I just inserted the two disks and the old one had the same configuration 
as the old. I copied the contents of the one to the other to avoid downloading 
again the packages.

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