> Bruce Tenison wrote:
> <a lot>
Whoops ;) Wanted to make sure I had all of the details *GRIN*
> Hm, not sure about the devfs thing, sure seems like it would not be
> related, but... I must admit that I have not yet really looked into this
I was just worrying about the umounts on shutdown or reboot. Seems like the
scripts are getting their information from /proc/mounts and passing it on to
umount. /proc/mounts is reporting the devfs version when devfs isn't
but compiled into the kernel. Since the node doesn't exist, I'm wondering
if the fs doesn't get umounted (doesn't seem that way here...)
> Ack! Nice catch, I guess we should fix that up, didn't think to look
> for ext2-specific things in the initscripts... one more for the eventual
> respin. I might file this in Red Hat's Bugzilla, just for kicks. :)
If you do, lemme know. I'd like to track this one and see what the say 8-)
Glad to help in some way. I'm going to give the root-fs stuff a real test
today (having a Memorial Day party at the house, and the XFS stuff is
on a custom mp3 set-top box that drives the sound system ;) and see...
> I think that's because of the "-n" option, it doesn't write to mtab, so
> "mount" won't show you the (ro) even though it is.
Ahh! Interesting. Didn't think about that.