Felix Miata wrote:
On 2008/12/31 18:31 (GMT-0600) Moby composed:
1) The file system was created and existing
prior to upgrading to 11.1
- I am not sure, but would think, that would leave the inode-size as is.
It would leave it in an upgrade install, but not with a fresh install with
2) I re-installed Grub from the RPMs that come
with 11.1, so in case
the inode sizes were somehow increased as part of the upgrade, the newer
grub would see it.
I thought that you wrote earlier that your original Grub was having a problem
Thanks for the reply Felix, the system was oss 11.0 with grub on it and
working fine. It was upgraded to oss 11.1, and still worked fine. Then
I made a custom kernel, installed it (done this many times with many
different versions of oss), and on a reboot the problem surfaced.
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