Bug#504678: add -r to make resulting devices read/only

Michael Prokop mika at debian.org
Tue Feb 1 11:23:25 UTC 2011

* Guido Günther <agx at sigxcpu.org> [Don Nov 06, 2008 at 08:39:28 +0100]:
> On Wed, Nov 05, 2008 at 09:44:35PM -0500, Wakko Warner wrote:

> > I'd like to have the ability to create targets in which are read-only to
> > keep from accidentally modifying the newly created device.  In some cases,
> > mounting with -o ro still modifies the device (in the case of ext3
> > filesystems).  I created a small patch that will do this.  I have tested it
> > only to the point that using -a with or without -r produces the desired
> > effects.

> Thanks for the patch, looks good from my pov. I suggest sending this
> upstream to dm-devel at redhat.coml hear what they think about it.  

Are there any news on this issue?

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