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what kernel parameters are recognized by systemd?

asked 2011-11-30 01:05:52 -0500

Wayne gravatar image

In Fedora 14 and older, the various boot and service shell scripts examined the kernel arguments for certain keywords (and/or looked for certain files). In Fedora 14 these included: nomodules, default_affinity, nompath, nodmraid, noiswmd, fastboot, forcefsck, readonlyroot, noreadonlyroot, forcequotacheck (or the file /forcequotacheck), autorelabel (or the file /.autorelabel), netprofile, and reconfig (or the file /etc/reconfigSys).

Some of these keywords are still used by systemd in Fedora 15. I figured that out by using the strings command on the executables in /lib/systemd/. But I don't see where these are documented anywhere. (They weren't documented in Fedora 14 either, but by reading the shell scripts one could figure out what they were for.)

My question is, what keywords are still recognized by F15 and newer, and where are they documented?

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answered 2013-02-14 10:32:27 -0500

lennart gravatar image

Here's the precise list of kernel command line parameters systemd understands:

http://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/kernel-command-line.html

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answered 2011-11-30 01:19:18 -0500

The full list of kernel options is in the file /usr/share/doc/kernel-doc-version/Documentation/kernel-parameters.txt, which is installed with the kernel-doc package.

From : http://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/15/html/Installation_Guide/ap-admin-options.html

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answered 2012-01-21 22:14:28 -0500

about systemctl to start/stop enable/disable services, at :

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Systemd

under the tools section. All about systemd is in the article.

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answered 2012-01-15 21:12:30 -0500

The list of kernel command line options recognized by systemd is documented in systemd(1).

You can view the documentation online, or read the manual on your machine:

$ man 1 systemd

See the "Kernel Coomand Line" section for the details.

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answered 2011-11-30 08:42:56 -0500

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updated 2011-11-30 08:49:58 -0500

There is a list of boot options here:

How to debug Systemd problems

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Wayne - it is a bit confusing as I do not think systemd handles all the boot flags / options. The man pages I gave you lists the systemd options, if it is not listed there, it is not managed by systemd. You might also try dracut.

bodhi.zazen gravatar imagebodhi.zazen ( 2011-11-30 13:04:12 -0500 )edit
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answered 2011-11-30 13:00:14 -0500

OK, for the systemd options see :

man systemd.special

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