Re: ext3 root partition with kernel-image packages
Previously Michael Meskes wrote:
> Yes, but according to Russell's mail this will still be intepreted as
> ext2 if the partition was mounted once.
That is not true. Once the filesystem has a journal you can mount it
as either ext2 or ext3. The exception is when it was not cleanly
umounted as ext3; in that case you have to either remount it as ext3
or fsck it before you can mount it as ext2 again.
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