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Re: 2.4.13 Stability?



On Fre Okt 26, 2001 at 12:5016 -0600, Andreas Dilger <adilger turbolabs com> wrote:
> > 
> > You have to turn off fsck manually, as you can also read in the
> > documentation at [1]:
> 
> Bzzt.  This will only turn off periodic fsck.  You shouldn't get an full
> fsck on every boot if you are using ext3.  Note that e2fsck still runs,

Oh, yes, that's right. I haven't read very carefully, sorry.

> Tell me, does rh72 have a 2.4.10 kernel?  What does "dumpe2fs -h <dev>" 
> say for your filesystems?

Red Hat 7.2 uses 2.4.7

> > Note: *NEVER* use the tune2fs-command on mounted filesystems! You have
> 
> Bzzt.  Please read the man page.  You are able to use tune2fs on a mounted

Oh, new to me! Sorry again.

CU
Michael





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