From: Keith Brown <linux_at_no.spam.please>
Date: Wed Sep 24 2003 - 09:10:03 CST

  Hi folks. Being a Slackware type from waaay back I'm not very familiar
with Redhat but I do have a question about a Redhat system. There were
some power outages at work yesterday and one of the Linux boxes was shut
down in the middle of some file transfers. Trying to reboot it gives the
"filesystem corrupted" message and suggests doing a fsck manually. I've
done this before with my system without too much trouble however, using
Slackware the mount points and partitions are linked in the fstab file.
Not so with Redhat. What I'm used to seeing is:

/dev/hdc3 /usr/src ext2 defaults 1 1

What I see with RedHat is something like:

LABEL /home /home ext2 defaults 1 1

How do I tell which partition is associated with which mount point? One of
them is currently screwed and has to be e2fsck'd.

Keith Brown
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Proud to be 100% Microsoft-Free
Received on Wed Sep 24 09:10:03 2003

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