Thanks for you response !
unfortunately , I don't know the kernel version of my Adsl Box .
I search in documentation and I don't find any item about a parameter which
take a compatibility with old xfs support .
Thanks and I hope see you later !
> Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 12:10:14 +1100
> From: david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: tritium_helium@xxxxxxxxxxx
> CC: xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: retrocompatibility XFS 2.10.1 with 2.8.1 ?
> On Mon, Jan 05, 2009 at 07:04:30PM +0000, Tritium Tritium wrote:
> > HI !
> > In first, I 'm a french user and sorry for my very bad english ...
> > For an Adsl Box, I want to partitionning and format my external hard disk
> > drive under XFS .What a good idea , isn't it ? ;o)
> > I get my Mandriva One (I know it isn't a "professionnal" distribution but
> > you know the French search the simple thing !) and use fdisk -l , gparted
> > and mkfs.xfs /dev/xxx .
> > With this, the adsl box reboot ! And of course it doesn't recognize the
> > partition.
> > I tried with a Debian Etch XFS ... and this is a SUCCESS !
> > When I compare XFS versions I find a 2.10.1 for Mandriva and 2.8.1 for
> > Debian.
> The defaults mkfs.xfs uses in 2.10.1 are different to 2.8.1. The
> newer version enables features that are only availble in more recent
> kernels (since about 2.6.19, IIRC), so it would seem that your ADSL
> box has an old kernel on it that does not support the newer, faster,
> shinier features XFS has....
> The kernel version of your ADSL box, as well as the mkfs.xfs output
> from both distro's would help confirm this.
> Dave Chinner
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