boot time: break of 4 minutes
duncangareth at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Oct 15 14:26:16 UTC 2005
Derrick Hudson wrote:
>On Fri, Oct 14, 2005 at 03:51:06PM +0200, list.account at gmx.net wrote:
>| at boot time the system stays at least for 4 minutes at:
>| Uncompressing Linux.... Ok, booting the kernel
>| audit (xxxxxxxxx): initialized
>| Starting Ubuntu.....
>| then after 4 minutes the next line is:
>| ext3: no journal on the filesystem on hda
>| after this all goes normal.
>| Ubuntu got installed with ext2 on its partition.
>| is this a problem?
>Define "problem". :-) I recommend using ext3 instead of ext2 -- it's
>safer that way. You can easily convert ext2 to ext3 by running
>'tune2fs -j /dev/hda1'.
>| can i take out a line / step in the boot procedure (and where)?
>I don't know about the 4-minute delay, though.
I would do as Derrick suggests, or change the entry in fstab to read
"ext2" instead of "ext3", but this would be something of a retrograde step.
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