Re: 2 Disks (by label/UUID)
* Martin Michlmayr <email@example.com> [2008-05-14 22:28]:
> * Tobias Frost <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2008-05-12 21:52]:
> > I had also the issue with the UUIDS. However, I did not flash the
> > kernel in-between, I only changed /etc/fstab.
> You only have to flash the kernel (rather, then ramdisk, which
> contains information about the root partition) when you use UUID for
> the root partition. The root partition is put in the ramdisk,
> everything else is read from /etc/fstab.
I thought some more about this and what you say is actually very
interesting. flash-kernel (or nslu2-utils in the past) is _only_
responsible for parsing UUID/LABEL entries for the root partition.
Everything else in /etc/fstab is handled by something else (I believe