Stretch+ NFSROOT for building Ubuntu Trusty and Xenial

Bill MacAllister bill at
Fri Jan 3 03:00:49 CET 2020

On 2020-01-02 16:43, Andrew Ruthven wrote:
> Hey,
> If you use Stretch or beyond as the NFSROOT to build anything less than
> Ubuntu 16.10 with ext4 filesystems, then those filesystems can't be
> fsck'ed on the resulting system.

Our work around for this problem is to add 'createopts="-O 
^metadata_csum"' to
the disk configuration used by setup-storage.  For example:

primary / 2048- ext4  rw,acl,async,noatime,errors=remount-ro 
createopts="-O ^metadata_csum"


Bill MacAllister <bill at>

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