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SubjectRe: ext3 vs resiserfs vs xfs
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On November 7, 2001 12:25, Andreas Dilger wrote:
> If both ext2 and ext3 are compiled into the kernel, then ext3 will try
> first to mount the root fs. If there is no journal on this fs (check this
> with tune2fs -l <dev>, and look for "has_journal" feature), then it will be
> mounted as ext2. If you are doing strange things with initrd and modules,

Is there any particular reason why the ext3 driver can't handle mounting both
ext2 and ext3 filesystems?

-Ryan

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