> OK, you are not doing something wrong, I need to go find the mount
> source code, this version of mount does not have the xfs code in it,
> I just watched it run, and it does not look at the right place on the
> disk to see an xfs label. Sorry, I should have tried rather than assumed
> it was working here.
Looks like you need at least 2.10r for xfs support, and Util-linux is now
It comes from here:
I will see if I cannot get someone to provide an updated rpm which is
more xfs friendly.