I'm wondering if anyone else has run into this with Axel's kernel(s). I
ran into it after compiling his 2.4.20-24_30 src.rpm for use with RH7.1.
After installing the kernel, I rebooted, and got messages that my /var and
/home partitions couldn't be mounted, noting wrong fs type, bad
superblock, etc. I could not even issue a simple "mount /home"...got the
same error. I could, however, "mount -t xfs /dev/hda3 /home".
I finagled for a bit last night, including adding a couple of mount
statements to /etc/rc.sysinit, just so that I could mount at boot time.
This morning, I monkeyed around a bit more, and removed the "usrquota"
from the options I had set in my fstab file. Now, the filesystems mount
While I'm not at any risk of running out of disk space in either
filesystem, from users or otherwise, I would still prefer to be able to
set and enforce quotas on this system.
So, does anyone have any ideas on what might be going on and/or how to fix
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