First of all, thanks for answering....|
En/na Tobias Frost ha escrit:
So, it's probably a not solved bug....When I installed my Thecus N2100, I had the same. But thats half an year ago. (As I wanted xfs not for the root fs it was not an issue. The partition planed to hold this fs was a dm-mapped (luKS-crypted) one)
After installing one could part I it with [xj]js: However, I got servere filesystem issues both with xfs and jfs. I don't know which one causes which problem, but be warned: - One of these created only a partion of 5-hundred-something Megabytes on a 700G space. Couldn't convince it .... - The other one partitinoed fine, but during benchmarking [as far as i remember I used ltp - The Linux Test Project test suite] I got filesystem corruptions. On top xfs-fsck segfaulted on this. It occured at least two times in a row, so I expect a bug rather coincidence However, I did not debug the issue. The problem could be gone (as this was at 2.6.18), but you should be aware of it.
Could anyone confirm if these bugs are fixed?
If don't, I will think to pass to classical ext3 ;-)
coldtobi On Fri, 2008-08-22 at 16:11 +0200, Xan wrote:Hi, I have a nslu2. Yesterday I downloaded debian armel-5.0beta2 from [http://www.slug-firmware.net/d-dls.php] and followed the instructions from [http://www.cyrius.com/debian/nslu2/install.html] (I flashed with upslug2 my slug). Well, in module selection step I choose, among others partman-jfs for formating my usb harddisk, but when I format one partition, JFS does not appears among options. If I choose partman-xfs for example xfs appears among these. So it seems we have a bug or so? Can anyone help me: now I have a aborted installation in my slug. Thanks a lot, Xan.