New ext3 partitions should not have max-mount count
Declined for Intrepid by Colin Watson
Currently an ext3 partition set up by the ubuntu installer appears to have a max mount count of 30. I don't know whether this goes down on larger partitions but if you have a 200G partition it takes an awful long time to check. While this is appropriate for servers on a desktop I would rather take my chances than sit through that...
Other distros (Fedora, SUSE, Mandriva) default the mount count on new ext3 partitions created during the install to 0.
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|Changed in debian-installer:|
|assignee:||nobody → kamion|
|status:||Unconfirmed → Confirmed|
|Changed in partman-ext3:|
|assignee:||kamion → nobody|
|Mark Shuttleworth (sabdfl) wrote : Re: [Bug 3581] Re: New ext3 partitions should not have max-mount count||#8|
|Changed in partman-ext3 (Ubuntu):|
|status:||Incomplete → Confirmed|