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Re: What happened to debian - does "stable" keep having any meaning?



On 2011-03-23 00:59:49 Geronimo wrote:
>Hello,
>
>Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote:
>> Now, moving between 6.0.0 and 6.0.1 shouldn't have been a problem, but I
>> suspect you actually would have had issues rebooting your 6.0.0 system
>> even without the 6.0.1 updates, since you didn't have your fstab in
>> order.
>
>Grub can't be wrong, cause it is working in your system.

I didn't say that.  Grub2 barely works on my system. :P

>On a complex system (yes, for me, linux is quite a complex system) the truth
>may be somewhat different. May be, we both are wrong.

How complex is your set up?  I'm using mdadm RAID 1 for "/boot" and GRUB mbr, 
mdadm RAID 1 + mdadm RAID 5 inside a LVM2 volume group that provides separate 
LVs for /, /usr, /usr/local, /opt, /srv, /var, /var/cache, /var/tmp, and /home 
plus /tmp on tmpfs.

Maybe we both a wrong is probably the most likely case. :(
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