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Re: [Xen-devel] -xen config...

Ian Pratt wrote:
Is there any reason that ext2 is set as 'y' while ext3 is set as 'm'? It seems to me that they (and the other 'common' filesystems) should be the same...

I agree this is pretty odd. The -xen config was based on one for a
distro kernel, so I think it's standard practice.

Bootstrapping issue: suse did it that way because the initrd loading driver and filesystem modules used to be ext2-formated ramdisk. These days initramfs is used instead, probably suse comes with ext2 being modular soon ;)



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