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Re: journal aborting and remounting /boot as ro



Many thanks to Daniel Barbar for his help with this...

1. Unmount the filesystem:
 	# umount /boot

2. Run e2fsck:
       # e2fsck /dev/hda1

3. Disable the journal on /boot: 
         # tune2fs -O ^has_journal /dev/hda1

4. Remount /boot with rw options: 
         # mount -t ext2 -o rw /dev/hda1 /boot 

5. Change /etc/fstab to mount /boot using ext2 instead of ext3:

I've been able to reboot, upgrade the kernel, create and delete files on /boot
and (so far) haven't seen any error messages.

I'm guessing that I can now go and reconvert /boot back to ext3? But that's
a job for tomorrow, I have to go drink some beer now :->

John O'Brien

> 
> My /boot filesystem is being remounted as read-only. I'm not sure what
> triggers 
> it, I've seen the messages below waiting for me at the login prompt in
> the 
> morning and they've also popped up as I was fiddling around in /boot
> trying to 
> figure out what was wrong. 
> 
> I get the following messages... 
> 
> journal_bmap_Ra7a5f568: journal block not found at offset 12 on
> ide0(3,1) 
> Aborting journal on device ide0(3,1) 
> 
> ext3_abort called 
> EXT3_fs abort (device ide0(3,1): ext3_journal_start: Detected aborted
> journal 
> Remounting filesystem read-only 





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