If I have an ext2 filesystem that can not be mounted on boot time it will
bring up a root shell for system maintenance. How difficult is it to make
XFS do the same.
I booted and older kernel (older style log) did a dirty reboot and the
newer kernel could not mount /home because of the older log style.
Ofcourse xfs_repair nows what to do but i did not notice untill I tried to
Normally I would get a Emergency shell to check out what is wrong.
What needs to be changed if anyone can give pointers.