I'm so sorry about this. Something is wrong with the s6-rc
logic here. It's not actually specifically the upgrade. I can
trigger bad behavior on the old version as well. It's actually
been like this for months...
On 2/10/21 4:01 PM, Javier via artix-general wrote:
> Hi !
> On Today's upgrade, lvm2-s6 upgraded from 20201130-1 to 20210205-1, but
> such upgrade just froze my system immediately. So fine, I rebooted, but
> on boot, the system freezes when starting lmvmetad, not allowing a login
> whatsoever, with:
>> Envfile: fatal: unable to open /etc/s6/sv/lvmetad-log/conf: No such
>> file or directory
> Which get printed infinitely...
> Only work around that issue was to boot the system from USB key, chroot
> to its local SSD, and revert lvm2-s6 back to 20201130-1. I don't know
> if another work around was just to `touch /etc/s6/sv/lvmetad-log/conf`,
> but I can't tell. Besides reverting back, for now I also included:
>> % 'grep' IgnorePkg /etc/pacman.conf # Pacman won't upgrade packages
>> listed in IgnorePkg and members of IgnoreGroup
>> IgnorePkg = lvm2-s6
> Thanks !
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