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Old 02-12-2010, 06:07 AM
"David L. Craig"
 
Default Bug#569524: Bug 569524: Follow-up on ext2 large_file test

Rats, I guess. Removing the three big files, resetting
large_file, rerunning e2fsck, and the mount is still no
different. Do you want to look at this before I just
let Lenny remake the filesys (which had _better_ mount)?
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Old 02-12-2010, 12:46 PM
Ben Hutchings
 
Default Bug#569524: Bug 569524: Follow-up on ext2 large_file test

On Fri, 2010-02-12 at 02:07 -0500, David L. Craig wrote:
> Rats, I guess. Removing the three big files, resetting
> large_file, rerunning e2fsck, and the mount is still no
> different. Do you want to look at this before I just
> let Lenny remake the filesys (which had _better_ mount)?

The kernel log includes:

[165778.814712] ext3: No journal on filesystem on sdd

It looks like you need to explicitly mount with type ext2, not ext3.

Ben.

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