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SubjectRe: Hey Stephen, oops...
Hi,

On Sat, 23 Oct 1999 18:57:54 +0200, Janos Farkas
<chexum@shadow.banki.hu> said:

> I think there's still something mininally wrong with the journaled root
> fs, the documented way of resetting the HAS_JOURNAL flags after a clean
> ext3 unmount don't work; there will always be a NEEDS_RECOVERY flag,
> which still causes e2fsck to barf; I think this is a bug, but might be
> caused by my not-so-mild testing :)

A clean unmount should clear the NEEDS_RECOVERY flag if there are no
filesystem errors (and it does for me) --- it sounds as if you have
something preventing a clean unmount in your shutdown. What kernel
messages (if any) do you see on the shutdown?

--Stephen



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