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SubjectRe: Ext2 vs. ext3 recovery after crash
On Tue, 2 Apr 2002, Jauder Ho wrote:

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> Bill, you do know that it will do a full fsck every x mounts right?
>
> [root@turtle /lib]# tune2fs -l /dev/hda6 | grep -i mount
> Last mounted on: <not available>
> Last mount time: Sun Mar 3 11:34:50 2002
> Mount count: 1
> Maximum mount count: 20

I assure you I have not set my max-mount down to three or four, and since
it crashes several times a day you can forget forced by date, too.

C'mon, I've been doing this stuff since the MCC four floppy distribution
was king, I've seen a max mount counts message before. This is purely a
case of the *first* mount message being EXT2 instead of EXT3, as if the
journal wasn't detected in the first place. However, the r/w mount is
always ext3 per fstab.

I never get close to max-mounts, this problem is in the 20-30% of the time
range. No one knows why a lot of the Dells hang on X-logout, guess this is
one more thing it does poorly.

--
bill davidsen <davidsen@tmr.com>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.

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