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SubjectRe: possible partition corruption
On Feb 06, 2003  15:05 -0600, Thomas Molina wrote:
> On Thu, 6 Feb 2003, Andrew Morton wrote:
> > Everything you describe is consistent with a kernel which does not have ext3
> > compiled into it.
> >
> > That is an ext3 filesystem in the "needs journal recovery" state. ext2
> > cannot mount that until either fsck or the ext3 kernel driver has run
> > recovery.
> I'm aware of that. I attached the config file showing ext3 was compiled
> in. I went through several iterations to ensure that having the proper
> filesystem compiled in was done.

Maybe some config/linking breakage puts ext2 in front of ext3 in the probe
order? Try compiling with ext2 as a module.

Cheers, Andreas
Andreas Dilger

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