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Re: reiserfs annoyances

Damon Muller wrote:
> .... 
> The first is that, presumably resiserfsck doesn't understand some option
> passed to it by /etc/init.d/checkroot.sh, as when it gets to that stage
> it stops and waits until you confirm to do an fsck. Does anyone know a
> way around this, short of commenting out the offending line in
> checkroot.sh (as is doing this a Bad Thing?)?
I don know the answer for that. 
> The other thing that may or may not be a problem is that every time the
> system boots, it seems to replay the transaction logs of all of the
> filesystems. This suggests to me that it's not umounting them correctly.
> Or is this the expected behaviour of reiserfs?

As far as I know it is normal, just to check the log, and make sure
everything went fine with unmount. Thus, once it is done with the check,
the file system should be without errors. Otherwise a journaled file
system does not make sense.
> /dev/hda2       /       reiserfs   defaults,errors=remount-ro 0      1
Because the filesystem will be in good shape, the error-statement does
not make sense. It is just a ext2 issue. (when fsck tells, the file
system is corrupt it just mounts it read only.

Added my rambling :-)
Ciao, mattHias
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