[Solved] Disable Ext4 Journaling without tune4fs (stretch)

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[Solved] Disable Ext4 Journaling without tune4fs (stretch)

Postby fangor » 2017-07-10 17:52

I have found many topics on disabling ext4 journaling using tune4fs (see below), however this package is not available from apt-get, nor is it present on the system. Is there something that replaces it in Stretch? Or is there another way to disable ext4 journaling?

Also, I'm trying to do it on the / partition so I imagine I will have to boot from a USB recovery disk and start without a root partition.

example: http://foxutech.com/how-to-disable-enable-journaling/
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Re: Disable Ext4 Journaling without tune4fs (stretch)

Postby pylkko » 2017-07-10 18:27

fangor wrote:I have found many topics on disabling ext4 journaling using tune4fs (see below), however this package is not available from apt-get, nor is it present on the system. Is there something that replaces it in Stretch? Or is there another way to disable ext4 journaling?

Also, I'm trying to do it on the / partition so I imagine I will have to boot from a USB recovery disk and start without a root partition.

example: http://foxutech.com/how-to-disable-enable-journaling/


tune2fs? will probably be already installed on any normal Debian.
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man tune2fs
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Re: Disable Ext4 Journaling without tune4fs (stretch)

Postby fangor » 2017-07-10 18:47

That did the trick, thank you!
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