new F10 kernel borked?

fred smith fredex at
Thu Dec 11 00:05:42 UTC 2008

On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 05:51:42PM -0500, Kevin J. Cummings wrote:
> fred smith wrote:
> >Well, removing the kernel wasn't as trivial as it might seem, rpm decided
> >there were a bunch of dependencies and I didn't want to do battle with it.
> You can also try:
> 	yum reinstall kernel

Kevin, long time no see! How's life?

Thanks for the suggestions. I'll keep these messages around for future
use, since mkinitrd did the trick for me.

> >So, I took relatime back out of /etc/fstab and built a new initrd image
> >based on the new kernel, and it boots!
> >
> >So, my question remains: How can I enable relatime on the SSD filesystems
> >if every time I get a new kernel via yum/packagekit it becomes unbootable
> >because of the relatime in /etc/fstab? There must be a way, and I'm just
> >ignorant of it.
> >
> >Thanks!
> -- 
> Kevin J. Cummings
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> cummings at
> cummings at
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