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SubjectRe: Sysrq not working properly...
In <20000204145348.1DDC03D8D1@degger.muc.suse.de> Daniel.Egger@suse.de (Daniel.Egger@suse.de) wrote:
D> On 4 Feb, Khimenko Victor wrote:
>> Huh ??? You CAN save to drive after SysRq-U ???

D> Never tried that....
:-))

>> Of course disk will be fscked after reboot.

D> You expect this behaviour? Not to long ago fsck didn't check
D> the whole device after an "quick reboot" (sysrq-sub).

It always did, will always do :-) If you have vfat disks, of course. Without
vfat it does not fsck disk now (just checked with 2.3.36 -- I have no never
kernelseher) and never did. Nothing changed: vfat is buggy as always, so...




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