EXT3 filesystem creation at install - Debian

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  1. EXT3 filesystem creation at install

    When installing Debian Etch, does the installer recognize when a EXT3
    file system is to be created whether the EXT3 filesystem has a Software
    RAID5 device as its underlying device? If so, does it add the appropriate
    "STRIKE=n" value to the mkfs.ext3 command?


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  2. Re: EXT3 filesystem creation at install

    correction:

    "STRIKE=n" should be "STRIDE=n"


    On Tue, 27 Nov 2007, Mike Potaczala wrote:

    > When installing Debian Etch, does the installer recognize when a EXT3
    > file system is to be created whether the EXT3 filesystem has a Software
    > RAID5 device as its underlying device? If so, does it add the appropriate
    > "STRIKE=n" value to the mkfs.ext3 command?



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