/dev/hdb /home2 ext2 defaults 1 1
the fifth and sixth fields are dump and fsck, if the
fifth field is
zero, the file system will not be dumped, sixth field
is used to determine the order of the filesystem check
(fsck) at reboot time, usually for root filesystem the
sixth field is 1 for others 2, if it is 0 the
filesystem will not be checked.
see $man fstab for more details
--- Raghavendra Bhat <ragu@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
sathish posts :
able to mount thatwhen i am fdisk adding new partition , i am not
First partition the new HDD using fdisk, then
format the partitions
using mke2fs. Read `man mke2fs' and `man fdisk'.
^^^/dev/hdb /home2 ext2 defaults 1 1
You can only mount partitions within a HDD. You
have not specified
which partition, just mentioning the drive is not
Instead of hdb, use hdb1 or hdb2 or whatever.....
message i am getting isthis was the line i added in fstab the
invalid file system.
Sure you would. Mention the slice number instead of
the drive alone.
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