Provided by: finalrd_3_all bug

NAME

       finalrd - final runtime directory generator for shutdown

SYNOPSIS

        systemctl enable --now finalrd.service

HOOKS DIRECTORIES

        /usr/share/finalrd/*.finalrd
        /etc/finalrd/*.finalrd
        /run/finalrd/*.finalrd

HOOKS INTERFACE

        foo.finalrd setup
        foo.finalrd halt|poweroff|reboot|kexec

DESCRIPTION

       finalrd generates a shutdown directory /run/initramfs which systemd-shutdown pivots to
       during shutdown. There system shutdown can be finalised and arbitrary hooks can be
       executed off-root, to safely cleanup rootfs and perform any other shutdown tasks.

       For example, a hook may takeover monitoring external metadata RAID arrays, wait for them
       to be clean, and stop them. If one is using iscsiroot, it maybe needed to perform iscsi
       logout on shutdown.

       Typically, one would not run finalrd directly, but instead activate finalrd.service. This
       would execute finalrd generator late in the shutdown cycle, just in time for pivot.

HOOKS INTERFACE DESCRIPTION

       *.finalrd hooks can be shipped in /usr, /etc, /run. These directories are for
       distribution, sysadmin, and transient hooks respectively.

       They are multi-purpose binaries with action passed as the first argument.

       During setup stage, hooks are executed from the rootfs with one argument setup passed as
       the first arg. All hooks are executed in all the directories in order, first everything in
       /usr, then from /etc, then from /run. Environmental variables DESTDIR and DESTROOTDIR are
       set pointing at the finalrd location. This is done for convenience to use initramfs-
       tools's copy_exec function or dracut-install, for copying binaries.

       During shutdown stage, hooks are executed from finalrd in parallel with one argument
       passed to them. The argument is one of halt, poweroff, reboot, kexec.

       Note if there are identically named hooks in multiple configuration directories, all of
       them will be executed during setup stage. But only the last one will be copied into the
       finalrd and executed during the shutdown stage.

SEE ALSO

       The initrd Interface of systemd
       <https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/InitrdInterface>