Sun May 9 00:39:31 CEST 2004
On Sun, May 09, 2004 at 12:09:34AM +0200, Oleg Gusev wrote:
> I'm missing 'fsck' on the ramdisk.
> It is reasonable to check the rootfs
> before mounting it.
(1) busybox includes fsck.minix.
(2) you're welcome to produce uclibc-based fsck/mkfs for ext2.
(3) my latest bootimage will mount -o ro the rootfs, detect its FSTYPE,
and use /sbin/fsck.$FSTYPE from the mounted partition, if available.
On the other hand, it should probably umount it and flush buffers
instead of mount -o remount,rw. I'll see to that in next version.
> What is the best filesystem for the rootfs ? jffs2 ?
I'm told that jffs2 is overkill for CF and ext2 is correct.
I'd use reiserfs or ext3 if it weren't a RAM-killer --
maybe with a small journal???
> I use 'scp'. Over ethernet. Or with wireless. Even if that was not an option,
> 115kbit is ok for ppp :)
I use NFS, or rsync over ssh.
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