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Re: root fs type in fstab



> Using RedHat 7.0, if you simply create your journal on the root file-
> system, figure out it's inode number, issue a
> 
> 	lilo -R linux rw rootflags=journal=inode_num
> 
> and reboot, things go mostly well.  I say mostly because there are
> problems.  As the system is coming up for the first time with the
> journal enabled, the ritual fsck & mount process in the initscripts
> will have a problem with the ext3 mounted root filesystem.  It will
> think it's ext2 (because I have not changed that in the /etc/fstab
> yet) and complain with:
> 

Although I have very little experience with ext3 yet, what if you changed
/etc/fstab before that first reboot ? then it should be alright, right ?

Because then it would see it's ext3 and mount it ext3 ??





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