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1. XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Ed McKenzie <eem12@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 14:25:17 -0400
Hello all, I can set XFS volume labels using xfs_admin, but it seems the kernel can't mount-by-label (which is how RH7 does things.) Is this a TODO item? If I do a clean install on another machine us
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00084.html (7,940 bytes)

2. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 13:32:09 -0500
Mount by label is all user space, there is no kernel code involved, beyond reading data out the block device interface to look for the magic numbers. You need a version of the mount command with thi
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00086.html (8,968 bytes)

3. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Ed McKenzie <eem12@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 14:45:25 -0400
Ah. There was talk on lkml about allowing the kernel to find the root fs by UUID or label, so I assumed all of this was done in the kernel. 2.10r-4 from Wolverine here. Looking at the source, it appe
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00087.html (9,301 bytes)

4. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 13:56:40 -0500
It is possible our labeling code got broken, have you tried the uuid version of the mount? You can also use xfs_db directly to dump this stuff out: xfs_db -r /dev/xxxx sb 0 print Steve
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00089.html (9,529 bytes)

5. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Ed McKenzie <eem12@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 18:33:37 -0400
[...] No such luck. The code in mount_by_label.c seems pretty straightforward, though; when I have more time I'll do some debugging. -ed
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00099.html (9,202 bytes)

6. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: "Nathan Scott" <nathans@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 09:10:51 -0500
fwiw, I use mount-by-label on several XFS filesystems on my development machine with no problems (have done so for several months now). This was first in util-linux 2.10r, so sounds like you do inde
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00103.html (10,518 bytes)

7. XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: x>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 14:25:17 -0400
Hello all, I can set XFS volume labels using xfs_admin, but it seems the kernel can't mount-by-label (which is how RH7 does things.) Is this a TODO item? If I do a clean install on another machine us
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00766.html (7,940 bytes)

8. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: x>
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 13:32:09 -0500
Mount by label is all user space, there is no kernel code involved, beyond reading data out the block device interface to look for the magic numbers. You need a version of the mount command with thi
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00768.html (8,968 bytes)

9. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: x>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 14:45:25 -0400
Ah. There was talk on lkml about allowing the kernel to find the root fs by UUID or label, so I assumed all of this was done in the kernel. 2.10r-4 from Wolverine here. Looking at the source, it appe
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00769.html (9,301 bytes)

10. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: x>
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 13:56:40 -0500
It is possible our labeling code got broken, have you tried the uuid version of the mount? You can also use xfs_db directly to dump this stuff out: xfs_db -r /dev/xxxx sb 0 print Steve
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00771.html (9,529 bytes)

11. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: x>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 18:33:37 -0400
[...] No such luck. The code in mount_by_label.c seems pretty straightforward, though; when I have more time I'll do some debugging. -ed
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00781.html (9,202 bytes)

12. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: x>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 09:10:51 -0500
fwiw, I use mount-by-label on several XFS filesystems on my development machine with no problems (have done so for several months now). This was first in util-linux 2.10r, so sounds like you do inde
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg00785.html (10,518 bytes)

13. XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Ed McKenzie <eem12@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 14:25:17 -0400
Hello all, I can set XFS volume labels using xfs_admin, but it seems the kernel can't mount-by-label (which is how RH7 does things.) Is this a TODO item? If I do a clean install on another machine us
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg01448.html (7,940 bytes)

14. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 13:32:09 -0500
Mount by label is all user space, there is no kernel code involved, beyond reading data out the block device interface to look for the magic numbers. You need a version of the mount command with thi
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg01450.html (9,036 bytes)

15. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Ed McKenzie <eem12@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 14:45:25 -0400
Ah. There was talk on lkml about allowing the kernel to find the root fs by UUID or label, so I assumed all of this was done in the kernel. 2.10r-4 from Wolverine here. Looking at the source, it appe
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg01451.html (9,448 bytes)

16. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2001 13:56:40 -0500
It is possible our labeling code got broken, have you tried the uuid version of the mount? You can also use xfs_db directly to dump this stuff out: xfs_db -r /dev/xxxx sb 0 print Steve
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg01453.html (9,597 bytes)

17. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: Ed McKenzie <eem12@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 18:33:37 -0400
[...] No such luck. The code in mount_by_label.c seems pretty straightforward, though; when I have more time I'll do some debugging. -ed
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg01463.html (9,349 bytes)

18. Re: XFS volume labels (score: 1)
Author: "Nathan Scott" <nathans@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 09:10:51 -0500
hi, fwiw, I use mount-by-label on several XFS filesystems on my development machine with no problems (have done so for several months now). This was first in util-linux 2.10r, so sounds like you do i
/archives/xfs/2001-04/msg01467.html (10,661 bytes)


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