--- On Wed, 10/20/10, Gordan Bobic <email@example.com> wrote:
> You're most welcome. It'd be interesting to find out at
> what kernel version this issue went away. Everything before that should
> be marked as dangerous, at least with ext4.
I think that generally older kernels with ext4 are considered dangerous. First google link for ext4 data corruption:
Of course, going back in time and marking old kernels dangerous would be kinda hard. :)
>From the article:
"For kernel versions earlier than 2.6.30, consider adding bootflags=data=ordered"
Received on Wed Oct 20 21:41:43 2010