Subject: bin/1353: determining level of filesystem difficult
To: None <gnats-bugs@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 08/13/1995 19:12:04
>Synopsis: determining level of filesystem difficult
>Responsible: bin-bug-people (Utility Bug People)
>Arrival-Date: Sun Aug 13 14:35:01 1995
>Originator: David Brownlee
>Release: Jun 9th 1995
sparc, 1.0A, current
System: NetBSD gluon.city.ac.uk 1.0A NetBSD 1.0A (GLUON) #1: firstname.lastname@example.org:/mono/u1/NetBSD/src/sys/arch/sparc/compile/GLUON sparc
The man page for fsck states:
'The format of a filesystem can be determined from the
first line of output from dumpfs(8)'.
Two points - the first (trivial) is it appears to be the second line
not the first line of the output, and the other is that for a
sunos filesystem I get "cylgrp dynamic inodes 4.2/4.3BSD"
and for a level 3 I get "cylgrp dynamic inodes 4.4BSD".
Nowhere is it documented what level 0, 1, 2, and 3 relate to
in this output.
I think there should be a simple number in the output of dumpfs
that corresponds to the arguments given to 'fsck -c', otherwise
the only way I have of really knowing the level of a filesystem
is to 'fsck -c' it and abort!
Have some filesystems you do not know the level of, then try to work
out the level.