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Start by downloading tune2fs and FTP it to /bin on your kuro which should still be in EM mode.
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format as ext3<br>
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<span class=postbody1>#mke2fs -jv /dev/hda1 </span><br>
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enable full journaling and indexing<br>
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<span class=postbody1>#tune2fs -O dir_index /dev/hda1 </span><br>
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<span class=postbody1>#tune2fs -O has_journal -o journal_data /dev/hda1 </span><br>
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tune startup checks<br>
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<span class=postbody1>#tune2fs -c 90 -i 120 /dev/hda1 </span><br>
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Show current options<br>
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<span class=postbody1>#tune2fs -l /dev/hdXY </span><br>
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Repeat these steps for the rest of your partitions except your swap partition.

Revision as of 15:17, 7 March 2006

Note: tune2fs is not available for download yet so this portion of the how-to cannot be completed. When tune2fs is available this note will be removed.


Start by downloading tune2fs and FTP it to /bin on your kuro which should still be in EM mode.

format as ext3

#mke2fs -jv /dev/hda1

enable full journaling and indexing

#tune2fs -O dir_index /dev/hda1

#tune2fs -O has_journal -o journal_data /dev/hda1

tune startup checks

#tune2fs -c 90 -i 120 /dev/hda1

Show current options

#tune2fs -l /dev/hdXY

Repeat these steps for the rest of your partitions except your swap partition.