Subject: Re: hacking dumpfs to show fs level (to solve [bin/1353])
To: Luke Mewburn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 04/18/1997 08:19:58
> [dumpfs showing filesystem level]
> Here's a patch do to what I think is the correct thing. However, I
> don't have anything < level 3 to test it on.
> Does anyone out there have an old sunos or ultrix partition that's
> probably level 0 or level 1 to test this on?
I have (access to) a NetBSD/sparc machine that's set up to dual-boot
SunOS off the same disk ("boot" gets NetBSD, "boot disk" gets SunOS).
I patched dumpfs (1.2 dumpfs, but it's rev 1.11 of dumpfs.c) with your
patch and tried it. All three of the SunOS partitions produced
cylgrp dynamic inodes 4.2/4.3BSD fslevel 1
I checked them first with SunOS fsck (I love COMPAT_SUNOS :-), and they
passed cleanly. (NetBSD fsck is mostly happy with them, but it thinks
the clean bits are wrong. Using NetBSD newfs -O didn't work for some
reason; I had to use SunOS newfs to get filesystems SunOS fsck was
happy with. I haven't investigated why.)
The native NetBSD filesystems on that disk showed "fslevel 3".
7D C8 61 52 5D E7 2D 39 4E F1 31 3E E8 B3 27 4B