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       kernel-command-line - Kernel command line parameters




       The kernel, the initial RAM disk (initrd) and basic userspace functionality may be
       configured at boot via kernel command line arguments.

       For command line parameters understood by the kernel, please see kernel-parameters.html[1]
       and bootparam(7).

       For command line parameters understood by the initial RAM disk, please see
       dracut.cmdline(7), or the documentation of the specific initrd implementation of your


       systemd.unit=, rd.systemd.unit=, systemd.dump_core, systemd.crash_chvt,
       systemd.crash_shell, systemd.crash_reboot, systemd.confirm_spawn,
       systemd.service_watchdogs, systemd.show_status, systemd.log_target=, systemd.log_level=,
       systemd.log_location=, systemd.log_color, systemd.default_standard_output=,
       systemd.default_standard_error=, systemd.setenv=, systemd.machine_id=,
       systemd.unified_cgroup_hierarchy, systemd.legacy_systemd_cgroup_controller
           Parameters understood by the system and service manager to control system behavior.
           For details, see systemd(1).

       systemd.mask=, systemd.wants=, systemd.debug_shell
           Additional parameters understood by systemd-debug-generator(8), to mask or start
           specific units at boot, or invoke a debug shell on tty9.

           This parameter is understood by several system tools to control whether or not they
           should restore system state from the previous boot. For details, see systemd-
           backlight@.service(8) and systemd-rfkill.service(8).

           This parameter controls whether the system shall boot up in volatile mode. Takes a
           boolean argument, or the special value "state". If false (the default), normal boot
           mode is selected, the root directory and /var are mounted as specified on the kernel
           command line or /etc/fstab, or otherwise configured. If true, full state-less boot
           mode is selected. In this case the root directory is mounted as volatile memory file
           system ("tmpfs"), and only /usr is mounted from the file system configured as root
           device, in read-only mode. This enables fully state-less boots were the
           vendor-supplied OS is used as shipped, with only default configuration and no stored
           state in effect, as /etc and /var (as well as all other resources shipped in the root
           file system) are reset at boot and lost on shutdown. If this setting is set to "state"
           the root file system is mounted as usual, however /var is mounted as a volatile memory
           file system ("tmpfs"), so that the system boots up with the normal configuration
           applied, but all state reset at boot and lost at shutdown. For details, see systemd-
           volatile-root.service(8) and systemd-fstab-generator(8).

           Parameter understood by both the kernel and the system and service manager to control
           console log verbosity. For details, see systemd(1).

           Parameter understood by both the kernel and the system and service manager to control
           console log verbosity. For details, see systemd(1).

       -b, rd.emergency, emergency, rd.rescue, rescue, single, s, S, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
           Parameters understood by the system and service manager, as compatibility and
           convenience options. For details, see systemd(1).

       locale.LANG=, locale.LANGUAGE=, locale.LC_CTYPE=, locale.LC_NUMERIC=, locale.LC_TIME=,
       locale.LC_COLLATE=, locale.LC_MONETARY=, locale.LC_MESSAGES=, locale.LC_PAPER=,
       locale.LC_NAME=, locale.LC_ADDRESS=, locale.LC_TELEPHONE=, locale.LC_MEASUREMENT=,
           Parameters understood by the system and service manager to control locale and language
           settings. For details, see systemd(1).

           Parameters understood by the file system checker services. For details, see systemd-

           Parameter understood by the file quota checker service. For details, see systemd-

       systemd.journald.forward_to_syslog=, systemd.journald.forward_to_kmsg=,
       systemd.journald.forward_to_console=, systemd.journald.forward_to_wall=
           Parameters understood by the journal service. For details, see systemd-

       vconsole.keymap=, vconsole.keymap_toggle=, vconsole.font=, vconsole.font_map=,
           Parameters understood by the virtual console setup logic. For details, see

       udev.log_priority=, rd.udev.log_priority=, udev.children_max=, rd.udev.children_max=,
       udev.exec_delay=, rd.udev.exec_delay=, udev.event_timeout=, rd.udev.event_timeout=,
           Parameters understood by the device event managing daemon. For details, see systemd-

           May be used to disable the Plymouth boot splash. For details, see plymouth(8).

       luks=, rd.luks=, luks.crypttab=, rd.luks.crypttab=,,, luks.uuid=,
       rd.luks.uuid=, luks.options=, rd.luks.options=, luks.key=, rd.luks.key=
           Configures the LUKS full-disk encryption logic at boot. For details, see systemd-

       fstab=, rd.fstab=
           Configures the /etc/fstab logic at boot. For details, see systemd-fstab-generator(8).

       root=, rootfstype=, rootflags=, ro, rw
           Configures the root file system and its file system type and mount options, as well as
           whether it shall be mounted read-only or read-writable initially. For details, see

       mount.usr=, mount.usrfstype=, mount.usrflags=
           Configures the /usr file system (if required) and its file system type and mount
           options. For details, see systemd-fstab-generator(8).

       roothash=, systemd.verity=, rd.systemd.verity=, systemd.verity_root_data=,
           Configures the integrity protection root hash for the root file system, and other
           related parameters. For details, see systemd-veritysetup-generator(8).

       systemd.gpt_auto=, rd.systemd.gpt_auto=
           Configures whether GPT based partition auto-discovery shall be attempted. For details,
           see systemd-gpt-auto-generator(8).

           Overwrites the default start job timeout DefaultTimeoutStartSec= at boot. For details,
           see systemd-system.conf(5).

           Overwrites the watchdog device path WatchdogDevice=. For details, see systemd-

       modules_load=, rd.modules_load=
           Load a specific kernel module early at boot. For details, see systemd-modules-

           Enables resume from hibernation using the specified device. All fstab(5)-like paths
           are supported. For details, see systemd-hibernate-resume-generator(8).

           Takes a boolean argument, defaults to on. If off, systemd-firstboot.service(8) will
           not query the user for basic system settings, even if the system boots up for the
           first time and the relevant settings are not initialized yet.


       systemd(1), bootparam(7), dracut.cmdline(7), systemd-debug-generator(8), systemd-
       fsck@.service(8), systemd-quotacheck.service(8), systemd-journald.service(8), systemd-
       vconsole-setup.service(8), systemd-udevd.service(8), plymouth(8), systemd-cryptsetup-
       generator(8), systemd-veritysetup-generator(8), systemd-fstab-generator(8), systemd-gpt-
       auto-generator(8), systemd-volatile-root.service(8), systemd-modules-load.service(8),
       systemd-backlight@.service(8), systemd-rfkill.service(8), systemd-hibernate-resume-
       generator(8), systemd-firstboot.service(8)


        1. kernel-parameters.html