Re: ext3 clings to you like flypaper
David Woodhouse (email@example.com)
17 Feb 2003 17:34:31 +0000
On Mon, 2003-02-17 at 17:17, James Bourne wrote:
> > No, but it remounts the disk read-write after it mounts it read-only.
> > It can switch from ext2 to ext3 at that point.
> This is a function of your distribution. The
> init scripts *should* read /etc/fstab after the kernel mounts /
> ro and then remount / rw with whatever other options are specified.
No. You can't remount between ext2 and ext3 like you can for ro/rw.
You'd have to unmount it completely and remount it.
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