[arch-general] mount shows hardcoded stripe=4 mount option for ext* /boot fs
neitsab at esrevart.net
Sun Mar 13 14:27:39 UTC 2016
I first stumbled upon this two years ago and opened a thread in the
forum to ask about it .
I never got an answer but lived happy and forgetful about it, until some
days ago another user PMed me to know if I had ever found out why mount
consistently showed `stripe=4` as a mount option for the `/boot`
partition, whether or not we leave it in /etc/fstab of use `defaults`.
This piqued my interest again, so I'm submitting it here in hope
somebody can enlighten us. Please see the original post for all the details.
I can confirm that to this day, `$ mount | grep stripe` still returns
/dev/mapper/boot-arch on / type ext4 (rw,stripe=4,data=ordered)
but `# journalctl -b | grep stripe` returns
kernel: EXT4-fs (dm-$): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts:
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