Re: ext3 root partition with kernel-image packages
"Tomas" == Tomas Pospisek's Mailing Lists <email@example.com> writes:
Tomas> On Thu, 2 May 2002, Michael Meskes wrote:
>> I was expecting that all I need to do is call mkinitrd once to
>> get the correct initrd image, reboot and that's it. But it
>> simply does not work. All docs I found so far suggest it
>> should, though. But on our machine the root filesystem is
>> constantly mounted as ext2 (as listed in /proc/mounts) but no
>> error message is issued. The ext3 module is loaded but listed
>> as unused.
Tomas> Same situation here. I would be really interested to see
Tomas> how someone gets it going with ext3 as a module. *t
I'm using a stock Debian 2.4.18-k7 kernel image. After running tune2fs
to add a journal, it boots up correctly with my root file system
mounted as ext3 (confirmed in /proc/mounts).
I did not touch anything in the stock kernel, I'm using the same
initrd image that the package installed. There is however a .journal
file in the root filesystem, which, as it happens, is the only mounted
file system on the laptop in question.
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