I am trying to
mount a second
partition (ext4 ) for my apps ( I guess its a bit outdated with adoptable storage but then
ext4 isn't accepted FS for adoption for external card ) . I am on
9.0 ( Pie ) and all my SD
partitions are mounted under
/storage and some weird name .e.g.
Now I need my 2nd
Partition to be mounted under
/data/sdext2 but O.S already mounts it.
app2sd ( link2sd) gives me
Mount script argument invalid argument . No matter what .
On digging further through OS logs I get this info
[ 48.820728] EXT4-fs (mmcblk1p2): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: nomblk_io_submit,errors=remount-ro [ 48.941276] EXT4-fs (mmcblk1p2): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: [ 48.969786] sdcardfs: mounted on top of /mnt/media_rw/6226b27a-ebc1-4fdd-b54c-096abc40c2b9 type ext4 [ 48.970918] Remount options were mask=18,gid=9997 for vfsmnt ffffffda2f7539e0. [ 48.971668] Remount options were mask=18,gid=9997 for vfsmnt ffffffda95617660.
[ 107.476736] SELinux: mount invalid. Same superblock, different security settings for (dev mmcblk1p2, type ext4)
What I did :
Umount partition as
mount master under
Terminal Emulator. Its umounted only in context but not everywhere. But in-spite of
umount I cant seem to mount it under
Whats happening and how to work around .
On a side note. How do I manually assign
mount point names and prevent these weird names given by OS to the
and on a 'side side' note. I am not even sure if this is the reason for invalid mount error as I read elsewhere its more of a benign FYI message.