You are pushing XFS more than we have internally. We have more development
yet to do. We don't feel comfortable enough with XFS to use it as /usr or
any other normal file system, yet. During our testing, we normally
mkfs a fresh copy, beat on it, fix, ...
>OK, I tried the alternative - I now have XFS as /usr instead.
>Everything seems to be fine. It seems that the only problem with
>using XFS as root is to get the right process going before init start.
>(Or so I am guessing....)
>There is one catch though - I am not having /usr/src/linux on this
>partition yet - as that is on my home directory for CVS update
>at the moment - that would be /home.
>Anything specific that you would like me to test?