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Re: Change defaults to data=journal on /



On Feb 07, 2002  14:56 -0500, Bill McGonigle wrote:
> On Thursday, January 31, 2002, at 05:54 , Stephen C. Tweedie wrote:
> > What do you mean by a "symbol resolution problem", exactly?  Note that
> > the "mount" command used on mkinitrd is a builtin of the tiny "nash"
> > shell, not the full mount binary, so it probably won't deal with those
> > options.  You'll need to copy the full mount bin into the initrd to
> > get that, or edit nash (if you copy mount, you might want first to
> > rebuild it statically, else suddenly you need libc.so on initrd too.)
> 
> OK, I've got a statically linked mount on my initrd, and it appears to 
> be called by linuxrc properly.
> 
> I still have unresolved symbols, though.  I set my console to as many 
> lines as it will give, but I can't see the top of the error list.
> 
> I'll start with the highest ones I can see:
> 
> /lib/ext3.o: unresolved symbol hardsect_size_Rsmp_c5f560d8
> /lib/ext3.o: unresolved symbol Journal_load_Rsmp_f23061cb
> /lib/ext3.o: unresolved symbol in_group_p_Rsmp_c3cf1128
> /lib/ext3.o: unresolved symbol kmap_high_Rsmp_08e9c03c
> /lib/ext3.o: unresolved symbol getblk_Rsmp_d4ef7e1a

You need to include the module "jbd.o" in addition to ext3.

Cheers, Andreas
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Andreas Dilger
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2resize/
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