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SubjectRe: Mount corrupts an ext2 filesystem on a RAM disk
Maurice Volaski wrote:
> And in pre-5. Marcelo, I have never seen any feedback on this bug report.

It works for me.

Please do this:

# cd
# mke2fs /dev/ram0 -m 0 -N 4096
# gzip < /dev/ram0 > before.gz
# mount /dev/ram0 /mnt/ram0
# umount /dev/ram0
# gzip < /dev/ram0 > after.gz

and then send me your .config, before.gz and after.gz


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