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Re: [Xen-devel] partition read-only

> module /boot/xenolinux.gz root=/dev/hda5 ro .....
> However, when I boot into XenoLinux in Domain 0,
> I can still make persistent changes to the root
> file system. Is this a bug or 'ro' actually has different
> meaning?

It gets remounted read-write as specified by /etc/fstab. The only
reason for 'ro' on boot is that it allows the filesystem to be fsck'ed
if necessary. After the fsck point, root gets remounted.

 -- Keir

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