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[Discuss] systemd reboot

On 3/2/2018 9:09 PM, Mike Small wrote:
> I see behaviour where if I change something under /etc/grub.d/, run
> update-grub and then immediately run /sbin/reboot, upon start up grub
> sees the old grub.cfg not the new one. This is a Ubuntu Xenial based

I don't think systemd has anything to do with it. My guess is that you
have more than one /boot/grub on the system (perhaps a replica, perhaps
a dual-boot system), possibly more than one grub2 installed, and the
active loader is reading from one of those alternate /boot/grub points.

Rich P.

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