Subject: Re: pciide controller...
To: None <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/20/1999 12:28:09
In message <199908201719.KAA00337@lestat.nas.nasa.gov>, Jason Thorpe writes:
> > Unfortunately, it means that my boot device is now wd2, not wd0, so I have
> > to redo some files, but I'm okay; it looks like it works.
>You can hard-wire the drive units in your kernel config file, if you want.
Yup. Done that now.
At this point, if I ccd the drives, and use disklabel to create a partition
at offset 32, I can
mount /dev/ccd0a /mnt
and get what I want.
ls -l /mnt
dies horribly, though.
Hmm. If I use flags 2, I can ls -l.
About half the files on the disk work, half are mysteriously wrong. Hmm.
I wasn't using soft updates. Hmm.
** Last Mounted on /mnt
** Phase 1 - Check Blocks and Sizes
924925015 BAD I=9
1528976986 BAD I=9
925711662 BAD I=9
759838506 BAD I=9
1044796477 BAD I=9
1029266734 BAD I=9
1428970582 BAD I=9
That looks wrong. Alpha is little-endian, and everything in struct fs has
a fixed byte size. Any idea what might be wrong?
This is fun!
So, can anyone explain why the content of the "real" disks starts at block 32,
but I don't have 32 more blocks on the disk? Where did my other 32 blocks