sysinstall creates corrupt filesystems after repartitioning
killing at multiplay.co.uk
Fri Mar 2 14:39:14 UTC 2007
Eric Anderson wrote:
> On 03/02/07 07:46, Steven Hartland wrote:
> Mounting an NFS share on top of a skimmed down /usr is very common,
> and very desirable. You may mount /usr from a small read-only
> partition (vnode file, etc) and then mount a different partition or
> NFS over it if you detect the one you want.
> I think this comes down to: if it hurts, stop doing it. :)
> Maybe sysinstall should warn you that you are double mounting, but I
> don't want it to stop letting me do it.
Interesting if that's a valid thing to do why does everything
break when its done? Is it ment to be doing a union hence you get
the combined contents of both? If so its not working correctly in
this case :( Can you provide me with more info on how this is
supposed to work eric please.
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