Re: 2.6.20-mm1 - Oops using Minix 3 file system
From: Daniel Aragonés
Date: Sat Feb 17 2007 - 05:55:37 EST
On 2/17/07, Cédric Augonnet <cedric.augonnet@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 2.6.20-rc6-mm3 and 2.6.20-mm1, i get an OOPS when using the minix 3
file system. I enclose the dmesg and the .config to that mail.
Here are the steps to reproduce this oops (they involve using qemu to
run Minix 3)
- First create a 2GB image using
qemu-img create minix.img 2G
(Please note that this seem to be producing an eroneous image)
- Then launch Minix inside qemu to make a minix partition on this
image using mkfs on the corresponding device.
- Mount the image on loopback using
mount -t minix -o loop minix.img /mnt/qemu/
- issue a "df" command on /mnt/qemu
Well, a glance at your dmesg doesn' show that a minix partition was
recognized. Otherwise it would sow it. So you have not such a
partition within your drives.
You are using an emulator to run minix. You will have the same problem
if you run minix2 or minix3 through an emulator and not from a real
minix2 or minix3 partition.
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