Subject: fsck problem
To: None <>
From: Martin Husemann <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/01/1994 21:37:06
Since I changed my /etc/fstab to include portal, kern and fdesc filesystems,
I get one I-node cleared by fsck at boot every time. It always has SIZE=0
and is owned by root and dated nearly the last boot time.

It doesn't seem to do anything bad, but... 

mount shows:
/dev/sd0a on / (local)
/dev/sd0c on /var (NFS exported, local)
kernfs on /kern (local, read-only)
procfs on /proc (local, read-only)
fdesc on /dev (union)
portal:16 on /p (local)

Any hints?


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