I have the following as the last line of my /etc/fstab file on a computer running CentOS6.4..UUID;550884-8d05-41a5-a205-17b6d7269dd1 /mnt ext3 rw,suid,dev,exec,noauto,nouser,async02The UUID refers to an ext3 partition of a removable USB drive.If ..
All,So My Drobo finished formatting and I added an entry to fstab for it and now I cannot boot the machine. I get an error aboutfsck.ext3: is a directory while trying to open /drobo and then a mention of a valid super blockI had mounted the Drobo..
i am experiencing strange problem with NFS, they is CentOS 6.2 x86_64 machines. One CentOS is sharing two directories (following) /etc 192.168.0.41(rw,sync,no_root_squash) /var/named/master 192.168.0.41(rw,sync,no_root_squash) nfs is started on ser..
So I updated my guest from 5.1 to 5.8 via a complete yum update, many many packages BTW.I shutdown the guest, change its Disk bus from IDE to Virtio and then upon boot, I get kernel panics as no disk can be found. I do get the splash screen at fi..
I have some large filesystems that are only used for rarely used archived data. Is there any way to specify in fstab or elsewhere that if these have passed their time to run fsck that it could be put in the background and the system could go ah..
I have a kickstart file with the following partitioning directives:part /boot –fstype ext3 –onpart=sda1part pv.100000 –onpart=sda2 –noformat volgroup vol0 pv.100000 –noformat logvol / –vgname=vol0 –name=lvol1 –useexisting –fstype=ext4 log..
I have a CentOS 5 machine in which Im trying to remove lvm. I dded the file system to another partition, then dded it back overwriting the lvm partition. I then modified menu.lst and fstab and replaced the paths to point to the correct device.W..