Subject: Re: fsck -p FAIL multiple times again?
To: None <>
From: Allen Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 07/20/1994 19:06:46
> This is my second time with this problem.  The first time I had to Mkfs 
> and reformated my root&user partition and completely reinstalled.  What 
> happens is that when I boot single user, and mount -u / and then fsck -p 
> I get this error.

You shouldn't mount -u / and _then_ fsck the root.  You should boot
single-user, then fsck.  Basic rule, "never fsck a mounted volume."
Since you can't do that with root, that's modified to be, "never fsck
a volume that's mounted r/w."


Allen Briggs - end killing - ** MacBSD == NetBSD/Mac **
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