Bug#417407: debian-installer: d-i destroyed existing raid device
martin f krafft, le Tue 03 Apr 2007 10:28:24 +0200, a écrit :
> And the other question of course is why the kernel decided it had
> any business doing recovery on an fs that was marked for ro mount.
Because it always do so, see linux/fs/ext3/super.c:ext3_load_journal():
even if the mount is read-only, the journal is recovered. If (but only
if) the device itself is read-only, then nothing is written back to the
disk. Ext3 clearly lacks xfs' norecovery mount option.
Steve Langasek, le Tue 03 Apr 2007 02:11:22 -0700, a écrit :
> - The logs show that the ext3 filesystem was automatically mounted rw for
> journal recovery by the kernel driver.
Not mounted rw, but mounted ro with journal recovery.