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Issues with WAPBL and Apple UFS partition
Hello, back in RC1 I tried enabling WAPBL on some Apple UFS partitions
not knowing that it was incompatible. Sadly this messed up the
partition and now I can't mount it anymore and get an "incorrect
superblock" error. With a dd image of the disk, I tried switching the
partition type from "Apple UFS" to 4.2BSD in the disklabel. The
partition now mounts properly, however a lot of files are missing.
Running fsck_ffs (with -a) didn't help either. df -h still reports the
"old" (proper) disk usage and running du -sh reported a bunch of "file
does not exist" error before it KP'ed the machine. Anyhow, I'd really
like to revert what ever WAPBL did to my partition to recover the
data. Any thoughts on this?
Thanks a lot,
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