|Subject:||XFS on Linux|
|From:||Lucy Upchurch <lucy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Wed, 18 Jul 2001 10:43:07 -0700|
|Organization:||DUMC - CIVM|
I am trying to install XFS filesystem on a linux box which was running Linux 7.4.2. I downloaded the ISO image from http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/1.0_installer.html and made a bootable CD. I selected a custom system. Before installation, my system loooked like this:
I tried numerous times to create an XFS filesystem on /home to no avail. I then tried installing XFS on all partitions. The main error I rec'd on various partitions is:
Error mounting device hda1 as /boot: No such device
Sometimes this error would be on /boot or on /.
We were very excited about using an XFS filesystem on our linux box but we are having a very difficult time creating it. Any suggestions or directions would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your prompt response.
-- Lucy Upchurch - Associate in Research Department of Radiology - Center for In Vivo Microscopy Box 3302, Room 139 Bryan Research Building, Research Drive Durham, NC 27710 Telephone: 919-684-7781 For more information regarding our center, please see: http://wwwcivm.mc.duke.edu
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