On 3 Mar 2006, at 13:16, Kenn Humborg wrote:
>> Damn and fiddlesticks. Ah well, at least the mystery is resolved, and
>> if it becomes drastic, a bootable CD and tune2fs will save the day.
>> tune2fs -m 0 <device> works live.
So you can. I just assumed that modifying the filesystem like that
would require it to be unmounted. But I suppose it's only setting a
value in the filesystem's header area, which is not being written to in
general. So, immediate panic over on that particular box, which is good
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