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Re: Howto recovering an ext3 fs



Hi,

On Wed, Mar 27, 2002 at 11:30:17AM -0300, jcarminati pluspetrol com ar wrote:
 
> 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.

It's a current limitation that you can't change the ext3 data mode
after the initial mount, and "mkinitrd" doesn't pick up the data mode
from the fstab so the root fs mount always gets the default mode.

Cheers,
 Stephen





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