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Another off-topic -- EXT3 question

Is there some app that tells me what type my partitions are mounted as
?? I'm now running 2.4.16 with ext3 enabled after running a patched
kernel for quite some time...

Here's some relevant info:


/dev/hdb6 /     auto    defaults,errors=remount-ro  1 1
/dev/hdb1 /boot auto    rw                          0 2

I tried ext3,ext2 once as the type and got mount errors. I've made sure
I had a 'current-enough' version of e2fsprogs when using ext3. I'm
currently running 1.25-1.

Here's where I get confused...


/dev/hdb6 / auto rw,errors=remount-ro,errors=remount-ro 0 0
/dev/hdb1 /boot ext3 rw 0 0

I specify 'auto' in fstab and /dev/hdb1 is mounted the ideal way. But,
how is /dev/hdb6 really mounted ?? I would hope as ext3 also.

I do have a .journal file in both '/' and '/boot', both dated July 29
(around the time I first tried ext3).


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