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Re: Howto recovering an ext3 fs



Am 27.03.2002 um 11:30:17 -0300 schrieb jcarminati pluspetrol com ar folgendes:

> >You are sure you had ext3 before? Did mount tell you that? Did you do a
> >"cat /proc/mounts" ?
> 
> Well,
> 
> After inspecting a little more, I found this message while booting in init
> 3:
> 
> "Remounting root filesystem in read-write mode: mount: / not mounted
> already, bad option."
> 
> So, I rebooted in RH's 'rescue mode', and modified my /etc/fstab, which
> looked like this:
> 
> LABEL=/   /    ext3 data=writeback       1 1
> 
> I supposed that 'data=writeback' was causing this error, I simply change
> that parameter for "defaults" and then the fs was correctly mounted in rw
> ext3.
> 
> Where or how should I set 'data=writeback' ? I supposed that fstab was the
> right place.

In order to mount / other than data=ordered (the default) you need to
tell the kernel which data= mode you want as a boot option!

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