I'm trying to hack an XFS Debian potato install and I
have gotten pretty far but have ran into a wall.
My partitions are set up with cfdisk as follows:
/dev/hda (boot flag set primary) /boot
/dev/hda5 (logical) /
/dev/hda6 (logical) /swap
/dev/hda7 (logical) /var
when I run mkfs.xfs on /dev/hda I get some strange
#mkfs.xfs -l size-32768 -f /dev/hda1
size 32768 too large for internal log
but this same command works on /dev/hda5 and
so I tried mkfs without the -l argument and it worked,
but when I try to mount /dev/hda1 things are not
working too well:
#mount -t xfs /dev/hda1 /boot
Mounting /dev/hda1 on /boot failed: No such file or
mounting /dev/hda5 and /dev/hda7 is all good though?
Is there something I'm missing about the boot flag or
primary partitions? Please help, I'm lost.
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