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Re: Removing softdep
On the server of the small society I work for, I've noted random
crashes from time to time, without being able to get any useful trace
messages. Setting /usr to read-only seems to fix the issue (the hard
disk is brand new).
I wonder if this is not caused by SOFTDEPS. If it is the case, is it
safe to disable the option from the kernel and go back to a "bare"
Your problem does not sound to me like a softdep problem, but it's hard
softdep does not change on-disk format. Just take softdep out of
/etc/fstab and reboot.
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