gjournal + gmirror question
h.schmalzbauer at omnisec.de
Wed May 2 14:31:14 UTC 2007
Am Mittwoch, 2. Mai 2007 schrieb Eric Anderson:
> On 05/02/07 08:31, Ivan Voras wrote:
> > Harald Schmalzbauer wrote:
> >> Do I have to write the gjournal label to mirror/HOME or to the single
> >> providers?
> > to mirror/HOME. Since you probably already have a file system there,
> > you'll maybe wish to separate the journal to another partition.
> >> If I want to include it in fstab, is it true that I have to disable the
> >> auto fsck? So the line reads something like this:
> >> /dev/mirror/HOME.journal /home ufs rw,async 1 0 (<- disables fsck,
> >> right?)
> > Don't see why you'd HAVE to disable it. Maybe you'll want to because it
> > could take a long time.
> Why would it take a long time?
Because it's a large fs with standard newfs parameters, so many inodes to
Or does fsck recognize that it's a gjournaled UFS and skip unnessecarry
That's what my initinal interest was about.
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