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    SubjectRe: How do I get the ext3 driver to shut up?
    On Tue, 14 Mar 2006 10:20:27 -0500 Rob Landley wrote:

    > On Monday 13 March 2006 10:30 pm, Randy.Dunlap wrote:
    > > On Mon, 13 Mar 2006 22:18:39 -0500 Rob Landley wrote:
    > > > I'm making a test suite for busybox mount, which does filesystem
    > > > autodetection the easy way (try all the ones in /etc/filesystems and
    > > > /proc/filesystems until one of them succeeds). My test code is creating
    > > > and mounting vfat and ext2 filesystems.
    > > >
    > > > Guess which device driver feels a bit chatty?
    > > >
    > > > PASS: mount no proc [GNUFAIL]
    > > > PASS: mount /proc
    > > > PASS: mount list1
    > > > VFS: Can't find ext3 filesystem on dev loop0.
    > > > PASS: mount vfat image (autodetect type)
    > > > ext3: No journal on filesystem on loop1
    > > > PASS: mount ext2 image (autodetect type)
    > > > PASS: mount remount ext2 image noatime
    > > > PASS: mount remount ext2 image ro remembers noatime
    > > > ext3: No journal on filesystem on loop0
    > > > PASS: umount freed loop device
    > > > PASS: mount remount nonexistent directory
    > > > PASS: mount -a no fstab
    > >
    > > Hrm, yes, 2 of those lines do come from ext3.
    >
    > Three, actually.

    Agreed (the VFS: line also).

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    ~Randy
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