Subject: fsck -p vs. NFS
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Matthias Drochner <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/23/1997 16:00:44
I'm just setting up a diskless -current system (i386).
Multiuser boot dies when a "fsck -p" is done in /etc/rc.

The error message is:
zelnfs:/NFS1/UD3/CA1/ca1root/NetBSD/root/zelz26 (No such file or
 stat zelnfs:/NFS1/UD3/CA1/ca1root/NetBSD/root/zelz26
fsck: exec /usr/sbin/fsck_nfs for
6: No such file or directory

It's of course no problem to comment out the fsck call or
add "-t ffs,msdos", but:
-It worked with 1.2.
-I can't imagine that nobody else has NFS lines in /etc/fstab.

Am I missing something?

best regards
Matthias Drochner