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Description of problem:
I've just instaled Redhat 9 with Raid-1 and ext3.
I'm trying to change the jounaling mode to data=journal.
If I set rootflags=data=journal at boot time (grub),
I get errors about ext2, if I only change
the fstab, I get errors about cant remount the filesystem.
If a set rootfilesystem=etx3, I get errors about modprobe ext3.
How can I change the data mode ?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add rootflags=data=journal into grub.conf
2. Change fstab to mount the root device: default,data=journal
Actual Results: Cant mount root filesystem.
Expected Results: Ext3 with data journal mode.
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