Re: [patch 1/21] random fixes
Andreas Dilger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 13 Aug 2002 11:21:15 -0600
On Aug 13, 2002 08:37 -0400, Adam Kropelin wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 12, 2002 at 11:25:59PM -0600, Andreas Dilger wrote:
> > Yes, if you have a journal on your root filesystem, then it will be mounted
> > as ext3 regardless of what it says in /etc/fstab. Since "mount" also
> > looks in /etc/fstab for writing the entry in /etc/mtab _after_ the root
> > filesystem is mounted, the output from "mount" can also be bogus. You
> > need to check /proc/mounts to see the real answer.
> Ahhh, carp.
> It's still ext3, precisely as you describe.
> */me hangs head in shame*
> When I get home tonight I'll reboot with a rescue disk and blow away the
> journal. *That* should fix its little red wagon.
Or, you can optionally use the "rootfstype=ext2" kernel option, to avoid
the need to remove and then re-create the journal.
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