Re: ext2 ext3 ?
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- Subject: Re: ext2 ext3 ?
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- Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2002 09:13:21 -0500
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On Mon, Sep 30, 2002 at 04:36:43PM -0500, Jamin W.Collins wrote:
> On Mon, 30 Sep 2002 23:24:49 +0000 Gerard Robin <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, Sep 30, 2002 at 08:03:16AM -0500, Shyamal Prasad wrote:
> > > Besides the tune2fs command you need to update /etc/fstab and change
> > > ext2 to ext3 at the appropriate places. If you are using the stock
> > > 2.4.18 that should be all, but verify with 'cat /proc/mounts' that you
> > > really do have ext3.
> > /dev/hdb3 / ext2 defaults,errors=remount-ro 0 1
> > /dev/hdb1 /boot ext2 rw 0 2
> > there is not ext3 ?
> > but perhaps I have to recompile the kernel whith CONFIG_EXT3-FS=y ?
> Nope, just need to change the above two "ext2" entries in your fstab to
> ext3 and ensure that you've created the journal for both of them (as the
> previous poster indicated) with:
What about the fs_passno? (the last entry that determines how often to
run fsck) Does this need to be set to 0 for an ext3 system, or does it
matter? Or do you still want to periodically fsck the ext3 filesystem,
> - tune2fs -j /dev/hdb3
> - tune2fs -j /dev/hdb1