NoOp glgxg at
Sun Jun 28 19:41:14 UTC 2009

On 06/28/2009 11:45 AM, Derek Broughton wrote:
> I spent a frustrating 2 hours today trying to boot. Has anybody run into a 
> problem being unable to boot after installing uswsusp?
> I got a kernel panic "Unable to mount root fs..." claiming it couldn't mount 
> the filesystem with ext2, ext3 and some other filesystems, but notably not 
> JFS, which is what the filesystem really was.  This happened on both the 
> kernel I was running when I installed uswsusp (2.6.30-6-server), and my 
> backup kernel (2.6.28-11-server), even though the initrd for the backup 
> hasn't been updated (the other initrd was updated in the post-install for 
> uswsusp).  
>  $ zcat /boot/initrd.img-2.6.30-6-server | cpio -t | grep jfs
>  38247 blocks
>  lib/modules/2.6.30-6-server/kernel/fs/jfs
>  lib/modules/2.6.30-6-server/kernel/fs/jfs/jfs.ko
> So, it should have jfs available.  Eventually I just booted from the live 
> CD, chrooted to my root fs, removed the uswsusp package, and rebooted 
> without trouble. I'll file a bug, but didn't see anything like this in 
> google, so am just wondering if it's affected anybody else.
[uswsusp created an unbootable initrd - from 2007]

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