Ocata Series Release Notes


Known Issues

  • MemcacheD sets PrivateDevices=true in its systemd unit file to add extra security around mount namespaces. While this is useful when running MemcacheD on a bare metal host with other services, it is less useful when MemcacheD is already in a container with its own namespaces. In addition, LXC 2.0.8 presents /dev/ptmx as a bind mount within the container and systemd 219 (on CentOS 7) cannot make an additional bind mount of /dev/ptmx when PrivateDevices is enabled.

    Deployers can memcached_disable_privatedevices to yes to set PrivateDevices=false in the systemd unit file for MariaDB on CentOS 7. The default is no, which keeps the default systemd unit file settings from the MemcacheD package.

    For additional information, refer to the following bugs: