option bootable in setup-storage
mt at debian.org
Thu May 7 06:17:28 CEST 2009
> Michael Tautschnig wrote on 2009-05-06 21:34:29 +0200 [Re: option bootable in setup-storage]:
> > > there might be a small discrepancy between setup-storage and its man page:
> > >
> > > [...] the setup-storage man page says (at least to my interpretation),
> > > that / is set as the default boot partition.
> > >
> > > [...]
> > I think, the code is/was wrong. The documentation is correct in that it says
> > what it should do. Attached is a patch to fix that issue (meant for 3.2.20),
> > which is included in 3.2.21+experimental2.
> I'm just wondering ... what happens if / is on a logical partition or
> LVM LV?
I do test for / being on a real disk and only set the bootable flag (or actually
the value in the hash that will later cause the bootable flag to be set) only in
such cases, so we should be fine. But anyway, thanks for looking closely!
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