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SubjectRE: FW: [Cooker] rotflags and initrd
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> On Sep 13, 2001 09:46 +0400, Borsenkow Andrej wrote:
> > > Borsenkow Andrej <Andrej.Borsenkow@mow.siemens.ru> writes:
> > > > If kernel mounts rootfs directly, you can pass mount options via
> > > > rootflags boot parameter, like
> > > >
> > > > linux rootflags=data=journal
> > >
> > > the "rootflags" kernel parameter is not documented in
> > > linux/Documentation/kernel-parameters.txt and I can find it in the
> > > whole source only at one place. I'm not sure we should honour
this.
> >
> > Just how "official" the parameter really is? The problem is, you
want
> > root on reiser to be in notail mode (if you boot off root - in any
case,
> > to avoid problems with bootloaders) and remounting reiser later
AFAIK
> > does not change tail conversion mode.
>
> The rootflags parameter is only a part of the ext3 patch, AFAIK. It
> is therefore probably in -ac kernels, but not stock Linus kernels.
> Since it is useful by itself, it may be good to submit it as a patch
> to Linus (this was done once along with the rootfstype= patch) but
> I don't think it made it in.
>

Ah ... well, in this case I speak about Mandrake kernel that includes
ext3. Thank you.

-andrej
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