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authorBowgo Tsai2018-04-30 03:13:42 -0500
committerBowgo Tsai2018-05-01 03:39:36 -0500
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First-stage mount: avoid triggering a FATAL error
Related AOSP changes: 1. https://android-review.googlesource.com/#/c/platform/system/core/+/405009/ 2. https://android-review.googlesource.com/#/c/platform/system/core/+/532637/ The second CL raises a FATAL error when it detects fstab-dt has no content during first-stage mount. However, with the first CL, the fstab-dt entry might be "skipped" when bootloader sets the status property to a value other than "ok"/"okay". (e.g., to skip mounting /vendor on upgrading devices which have no vendor partition). Use LOG(INFO) when there is nothing to mount here. The later stages should trigger a FATAL error when some important files in those partitions are not available, e.g., SEPolicy files. Bug: 78441220 Test: boot a device Change-Id: Iae2f47d455679298bdb067d96b771a30c1a82e6f
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