vignesh1986 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 5 11:07:27 UTC 2006
THanks guys... I will tell you how it goes...
On 6/5/06, email.listen at googlemail.com <email.listen at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Am Sun, 4. June 2006 19:24 schrieb Thilo Six:
> > email.listen at googlemail.com wrote the following on 04.06.2006 17:23:
> > <snip>
> > First of all thanks for the informative post. ;)
> > > Not all supported filesystems show up here. I don't exactly now why
> but I
> > > would think this is because of dynamic kernel filesystem modules which
> > > will be loaded only if needed.
> > I have palyed with that und if a module gets loaded /proc/filesystems
> > gets updated, too.
> Hhhm could be done a bit more elegant (imho)?
> Preloading kernel modules is a waste of recources, so unused kernel
> use memory.
> Ok, it's not much memory they use but may be it's a more elegant way to
> an /etc/filesystems file
> I would prefer an /etc/filesystems file
> Not to forget it's easier to copy /etc/filesystems to other machines than
> adapt each /etc/modules file. This because /etc/modules differ from
> to machine due to different hardware but /etc/filesystems doesn't.
> > e.g. after:
> > $ sudo modprobe vfat
> > $ sudo modprobe isofs
> > cat /proc/filesystems
> > .
> > .
> > .
> > udf
> > iso9660
> > vfat
> > Now i have added vfat and isofs to /etc/modules. Thanks for this tip. ;)
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