Thu Mar 18 17:34:04 MDT 2010
> Allows to explicitly requesting full atime updates. This makes it
> possible for kernel to defaults to relatime or noatime but still
> allow userspace to override it. For more details about the default
> system mount options see /proc/mounts.
I recently used this command when tracking down a problem with a somewhat
opaque an recalcitrant daemon.
mount -o remount,strictatime,atime,norelatime /
No need to reboot and reversible just as easilly.
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