Bsc# ??? What is it

Checking if machine is affected by ‘bsc#100…’
i don’t remember all the numbers

Bug report reference, #bsc is a SUSE reference, or for openSUSE #boo they should duplicate on;

See openSUSE:Packaging Patches guidelines - openSUSE Wiki

When you see that in a bug you see a poor habit in use. It creates a link to a page, just as boo# creates a page. What should be used is simply <bug bugnumber>, which creates a link to either, depending on which URL is used to view the bug.

cf. Re: [opensuse-factory] M2: choose Grub, get Grub and Grub2 - openSUSE Factory - openSUSE Mailing Lists which resulted in
Bug Access Denied

I guess this is what you’re seeing:

paul@HP255G7:~> journalctl -b | grep -i bsc#
Oct 31 09:55:51 HP255G7 systemd[1]: Started Detect if the system suffers from bsc#1089761.

However, as I’m only a mere mortal…

“You are not authorized to access bug #1089761

For the very curious… searching this page:

for “bsc#1089761” will give some insight…

Thanks everyone for your responses.
That message only shows up on the boot process on my desktop.
so far, neither laptop has it on boot.

ANYTHING I did wrong to cause it?

It is probably just an informational message being logged by the kernel during boot.

If I understand correctly, reading from,

"*udev: don’t create by-partlabel/primary and …/logical symlinks

These links are created by libstorage / parted by default. They are ambiguous and may be present hundred- or thousandfold on large systems. They are meaningless for device identification and may slow down udev processing. They aren’t used anywhere. Don’t create them.

A service has been added to detect at boot cases that likely need to be fixed: a warning is thrown at both the console and syslog to encourage sysadmin to consult the relevant TID explaining how to permanently fix the issue.

[fbui: added the detection part]
[fbui: fixes bsc#1089761]*"

If your system does indeed “suffers from bsc#1089761” then there is a further message:

Warning: a high number of partitions uses “primary” or “logical” as partition label name, which may cause slow-down in the boot process. To prevent it, a workaround is **temporarly in place but we recommend to refer to TID #7023057 in order to permanently fix this issue (as the workaround will be dropped in the future).

Procedures aren’t created equal. Could be related to /etc/fstab. Always use UUIDs.

erlangen:~ # grep /home /etc/fstab 
UUID=704621ef-9b45-4e96-ba7f-1becd3924f08  /home                   ext4   defaults                      0  0
erlangen:~ # 

Maintain partitions and filesystems with ‘yast2 partitioner’. When editing /etc/fstab manually lsblk or blkid help to identify filesystems:

erlangen:~ # lsblk -o path,uuid 
PATH           UUID 
/dev/sda1      fad3604b-5a61-4653-8c14-518d850400ba 
/dev/sda2      57bdbf64-b309-477c-b94c-8987e0c8032a 
/dev/sda3      42f23f3c-9ff6-46f6-a9d9-6894062c37d7 
/dev/sda4      f5177cae-4082-44ed-9471-b99030f06866 
/dev/sdb1      5605f149-34a7-4301-9bf3-f1f177e35ed6 
/dev/sdc1      4A24-B10D 
/dev/sdc2      690b51d7-7034-4585-b362-615f8056be45 
/dev/sdc3      492c5d5e-5d9b-4a99-9d34-e1f9cee09fe9 
/dev/sdc4      f4c5463f-f43d-420a-a0ea-4456cfbc54fa 
/dev/sdc5      204f7d0f-979a-41e1-a483-a597d0357e0b 
/dev/sdc6      bf6ba7c9-9068-4a9b-b210-84b6d105df5c 
/dev/sdc7      96df969e-8897-4a5c-8473-3ed007f97b29 
/dev/sdc8      69774d55-8da2-4599-9c27-766b1012771d 
/dev/sdc9      9a3eec78-dd20-44c0-a38a-f705b3bbbc66 
/dev/sdc11     7CB4EC04B4EBBEB0 
/dev/nvme0n1p1 6fe43319-8566-4a09-9d2d-fcf8c104671f 
/dev/nvme0n1p2 e7ad401f-4f60-42ff-a07e-f54372bc1dbc 
/dev/nvme0n1p3 704621ef-9b45-4e96-ba7f-1becd3924f08 
/dev/nvme0n1p4 6DEC-64F9 
erlangen:~ # 

BTW: Manjaro’s default /etc/fstab sticks to the above:

erlangen:~ # cat /mnt/etc/fstab 
# /etc/fstab: static file system information.
# Use 'blkid' to print the universally unique identifier for a device; this may
# be used with UUID= as a more robust way to name devices that works even if
# disks are added and removed. See fstab(5).
# <file system>             <mount point>  <type>  <options>  <dump>  <pass>
UUID=4A24-B10D                            /boot/efi      vfat    umask=0077 0 2
UUID=bf6ba7c9-9068-4a9b-b210-84b6d105df5c /              ext4    defaults,noatime,discard 0 1
tmpfs                                     /tmp           tmpfs   defaults,noatime,mode=1777 0 0
erlangen:~ #