On destination partition create only /proc directory and nothing
more. The /proc is just kernel interface and you get access to it
as soon as you mount -t proc /proc /proc ;-)
/proc is 'virtual' fs, so it does not exist physically on any drive
Also, remember to install boot manager afterwards.
On Sat, Mar 03, 2001 at 11:52:57AM +0000, Luc Lalonde wrote:
> Hello Folks,
> The section on how to convert the root partition from ext2 to xfs is
> missing from the FAQ...so here we go:-)
> I've converted all my partitions to xfs except the root partition. I've
> done the others by moving stuff around with a spare partition that I
> have. I'd like to do the same with the root partition however, I'm not
> able to copy the contents of /proc. If I just create that directory
> will the proc filesystem recreate itself automatically?
> Cheers, Luc.
> P.S. Keep up the good work.