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SubjectRe: The ext3 way of journalling
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On 2008-01-08, John Stoffel <john@stoffel.org> wrote:
> Look at your filesystems, using 'tune2fs' and see if the ext3 journal
> is actually turned on and used. If it's not, then I can see why
> you're having problems on reboots.

Journalling is on, but it's no use because the superblock always has
corrupted last-checked time at boot. "File system check forced: 31352
days since last check" or so.

> What CPU are you using? Chipset? Output of lspci? dmesg output?

Athlon XP 2500+, SiI 3112 (the obsoleted driver that makes the disk
appear as the predictable hde, not the random scsi mapping driver).

As for the rest... I'm on Windows, because I can't be arsed waiting
for an hour for Linux to boot.

--
Tuomo



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