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Re: Bug#601721: installation-reports: Build w/ /boot partition succeeds, but re-boot fails in fsck 445148

What I don't understand is that in squezze the fstab shows:


# /boot was on /dev/sda5 during installation
UUID=dec79ed9-b96a-47e4-81f0-7e32735b5057 /boot           ext2
defaults        0       2
# /boot2 was on /dev/sdb1 during installation
UUID=bb0512c5-6de6-4164-a7af-4312a4718ce3 /boot2          ext2
defaults        0       2

Which means system figured out that the sda and sdb swapped, and used
the UUID to mount the folders, but why am I still getting the "fsck"
failed? Is that happening during boot, and fstab is not involved. If
that's the case which file needs to be modified? I would figure that
the same process that updated fstab would update the other file? (Is
the other file a grub file or?)


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