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Re: new F10 kernel borked?



On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 1:23 PM, fred smith
<fredex fcshome stoneham ma us> wrote:
> On Fedora 10:
> I just got a new kernel, apparently today, and when I rebooted I was greeted
> by a bunch of text messages about problems with the LVM, and about bad
> mount option "relatime".
>
> true, I do have relatime set in /etc/fstab because I'm running on a SSD
> in an eeepc 901. But it has worked fine up until now.
>
> So I boot up the rescue disc and remove relatime. reboot. it STILL
> complains about relatime being an unknown option, and there's no
> relatime (or atime or noatime) to be seen even NEAR /etc/fstab..
>
> Scratch head. reboot several more times.
>
> notice two choices in the GRUB menu, when there was only one last I
> noticed, decide to boot the other one. Voila, the previous kernel boots,
> even with the relatime option re-added.
>
> new "feature" in the kernel? Or what?

most likely because you had it in fstab, it got added to the initrd
for the new kernel too.  Try removing the new kernel, while relatime
is not in fstab, and reinstalling the new kernel, and see if that
helps.


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