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Re: Guix unmounted my /home, while -i hello

From: Louis
Subject: Re: Guix unmounted my /home, while -i hello
Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2016 08:10:04 +0100

Hello Mark,

Thank you for hint, I don't think I have added anyone else
but these:



And when something is mounted there is no process keeping it
I guess. Thank you, I still need to search for solution.

On Mon, Mar 07, 2016 at 08:59:06PM -0500, Mark H Weaver wrote:
> Louis <address@hidden> writes:
> > Yes, I have tried it again, and it happened again, on the
> > second time I have sent a bug. It looks to me dangerous to
> > try it third time.
> I have only one idea what could cause something like this.
> Did you add any users to the 'guix-builder' group other than the users
> dedicated for that purpose?  If so, that's a problem.
> guix-daemon considers all of the users in that group to be exclusively
> for its use.  When asked to build something, it chooses a user from that
> group to do the build, and then after the build it *kills* all processes
> owned by that user.
> Every once in a while, someone decides to add their normal user account
> to that group, and discovers that after every build guix-daemon kills
> all of their user processes.  If you added more users to that group,
> perhaps guix-daemon is killing some process that causes your encrypted
> /home to become unmounted?
>        Mark

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