acl on root was Re: [CentOS] kernel-2.6.9-42.0.2 and LVM
feizhou at graffiti.net
Mon Sep 18 04:05:12 UTC 2006
I have finally found where the problem is apparently...
I had these options for / in fstab:
This meant that / was mounted rw,acl by the time rs.sysinit was ready to
call fsck -T -a on it and since it was not mounted read-only or since it
was mounted (that's the impression I get from the error message) the
script goes into repair mode for root or just reboots.
So this really has nothing to do with LVM :P
Has anyone tried to get acl on root?
More information about the CentOS