[Novalug] Ext4 != Ext4. Is XFS == XFS?

Roger RogerB@bronord.com
Mon Dec 12 13:08:54 EST 2016

Jim, if I understand your problem correctly, consider starting from scratch. Save data / key "stuff" to another disk, maybe external, and reformat / install from scratch. I've found this to, in the end, overcome beating my head against an unyielding wall. FWIW, you probably know about the advantages of putting /home on s separate partition.
Roger Broseus

(Please excuse tiepos induzed by the droided predictive text tool.)

On December 12, 2016 12:47:42 PM EST, James Ewing Cottrell III via Novalug <novalug@firemountain.net> wrote:
>Maybe. As I have said, I still use Windows to read my mail (OK...I'll 
>make it my New Year's Resolution), so I don't often have Linux
>I also was mistaken about "doesn't work". It works Just Fine until it 
>Breaks. Then it "doesn't work".
>Being mistaken about the frequency of breakage led me to believe that 
>the problem was mode widely known. I suppose that it's a Credit to the 
>Stability of Linux that neither you, nor Jon, not to mention many 
>others, have never encountered this issue.
>Bottom Line: RHEL M cannot fix ext4 problems created by RHEL N ext4 
>filesystems where M < N.
>The question still remains whether the above sentence is true after 
>I suppose I'll just have to Find Out Myself.
>On 12/10/2016 8:19 AM, Peter Larsen wrote:
>> James. As I said no bad intentions. But I was puzzled too. The James
>> thought I knew would not just state "doesn't work" but provide the
>> specific issue.
>> On Dec 9, 2016 22:29, "James Ewing Cottrell III via Novalug"
>> <novalug@firemountain.net <mailto:novalug@firemountain.net>> wrote:
>>     Seriously? You are Actually going to ask me THAT Question?!?
>>     How Insulting.
>>     It's like you don't even know who I am at all.
>>     JIM
>>     On 12/9/2016 1:24 PM, Peter Larsen via Novalug wrote:
>>         Also, and this may sound a bit like an off the cuff remark,
>>         I have
>>         to ask: Are you sure your RHEL7 is using ext4? The default is
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