Bug#5277: etc/init.d/boot loads modules AFTER running fsck
You (Craig Sanders) wrote:
> Package: sysvinit
> Version: 2.66-1
> /etc/init.d/boot loads modules after running fsck. This means that any
> filesystems which need a module (e.g. scsi driver, loopback driver, etc)
> will not be fsck-ed.
> problem will probably not be noticed by most people but will affect,
> e.g., people who boot from IDE and also have scsi drives or crypto
> filesystem etc.
But if you load the modules before the fsck, root is read-only and you
cannot run depmod. So you can't upgrade modules anymore..
I'll have to think about this for a while.
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