The LABEL directive is a very good idea, which replaces
the older /dev/sda format in the /etc/fstab file.
However, I can't find a way to make the LABEL work with
an additional disk, the only LABELs that work properly are
those added by the RedHat installation procedure.
This is what I tried:
# e2label /dev/sdb /home/client
and I placed this line in the fstab file:
LABEL=/home/client /home/client ext2 defaults 1 2
but when I tried to mount, I got this error message:
# mount /home/client
mount: no such partition found
How can I make the LABEL work?
-Ramon F. ...