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Re: fsck seg fault failure on vmware -i386?
[tried to send this out with attachments...here is with links]
> On Fri, 29 Jan 2010, "Eduardo Horvath" <eeh%NetBSD.org@localhost> wrote:
>> SO...seems maybe fsck_ffs needs something in /usr when it finds
>>issues and pukes when it can't find it?
> I wonder if it has something to do with shared libs.
> Can you try /rescue/fsck_ffs ?
/rescue/fsck_ffs behaves EXACTLY the same.
Without /usr mounted it dies
see screenshot: clarity.homeip.net/images/RescueFFSSegFaultFail.GIF
With /usr mounted it fixes the crippled partition
two screeshots: clarity.homeip.net/images/Rescue+usrFFSokMessages.GIF
I've also included a screen shot of the multi-user boot failure message...
Why would /usr influence /rescue/fsck_ffs?
Does seem to imply that fsck might not be available on real hardware
(this is just virtual of course) in a case where /usr is a failing
Please let me know what else to check.
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