On Mon, 2002-04-22 at 11:11, Nic Doye wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-04-22 at 10:36, Simon Matter wrote:
> > Anyway, if it's the "remount readonly bug" I could explain it like this:
> > Before you had /home on a separate partition and this one was unmounted
> > on reboot and therefore all data was cleanly written to the disk.
> > Now your /home is on the / partition and therefore on reboot your /home
> > is remounted readonly and this could leave to data loss if your kernel
> > is affected by this bug. Just put a 'sleep 40' in the halt script before
> > root gets remounted readonly and try it.
> This sounds perfectly feasible. I'll do some tests to see.
First test. Everything disappears from the panels, as per flaming usual.
As far as I'm concerned this is my fault for having set the machine up
so badly. I'd rather the Linux XFS team concentrated on all the real
issues (so everyone can have XFS on their servers) than waste their time
thinking about my laptop.