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Re: How did relatime get set on my Wheezy system?

On Wednesday, April 03, 2019 08:06:37 PM bw wrote:
> In-Reply-To: <201904031938.34134.rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx>
> >What I don't understand, for example, is where and how relatime got set
> >(and maybe some of the other parameters).
> On stretch system, man mount has under "FILESYSTEM-INDEPENDENT MOUNT
> OPTIONS" a section about relatime:
>         Since Linux 2.6.30, the kernel defaults to the behavior
>         provided by this option (unless noatime was specified), and
>         the strictatime option is required to obtain traditional
>         semantics.  In addition, since Linux 2.6.30, the file's last
>         access time is always updated if it is more than 1 day old.
> >Finally (well, I have another question that I'll post separately), I'm
> >assuming that I can include noatime in the /etc/fstab file I change the
> >entry for the partition I am reformatting?  (That is where noatime is set
> >on my Jessie system.)
> I've used noatime in fstab for a long time that way.  Check man mount and
> see what wheezy says, not sure about the history there...

Ahh, it says the same thing in Wheezy's man mount -- thanks!