Infact... I think I have encountered that problem....
I mount /boot on /dev/sda2 of type ext3 and whenever linux try to mount that
filesysten at boot I have de following message:
jbd: barrier-based sync failed on sda2
Is It the problem that you have pointed out in the mail below?
If so, can I switch from ext3 to ext2 for /dev/sda2?
----- Original Message -----
From: "John M Gatrell" <John.Gatrell@uk.ibm.com>
Sent: Friday, July 29, 2005 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: [nv-l] IBM Tivoli Netview for Linux Installation
> Stick with ext3 unless you are an expert.
> (ext2 fast, ext3 rapid recovery after crash, reiserfs specialised).
> There was a case for /boot being ext2 on older versions of linux,
> so stick with the default setting for /boot for your flavour of linux.
> /boot should be primary, the rest don't matter.
> Suggest root and swap as primary.
> John Gatrell, BA, AIX Cert Specialist, Cisco CCNA.