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Re: dk wedges vs netbsd -current
On Saturday 2017-04-01 11:19 -0700, John Nemeth output:
:On Apr 1, 11:18pm, Geoff Wing wrote:
:} With a fresh 7.1 I have wd[0-9] (and /etc/fstab entries for them) (on i386).
I meant wd0[abefgh] ...
: How old is this system? What is the partition type of the
:NetBSD partition? Can you show the output of "fdisk wd0"?
It's a ~16 y/o Pentium-4 with ~19 y/o HD.
7.1 created and recognises wd0[abefgh]
-current doesn't see wd0* partitions and won't build dk structures for them.
% fdisk wd0
NetBSD disklabel disk geometry:
cylinders: 14848, heads: 9, sectors/track: 63 (567 sectors/cylinder)
total sectors: 8418816, bytes/sector: 512
BIOS disk geometry:
cylinders: 524, heads: 255, sectors/track: 63 (16065 sectors/cylinder)
total sectors: 8418816
Partitions aligned to 16065 sector boundaries, offset 63
0: NetBSD (sysid 169)
start 63, size 8418753 (4111 MB, Cyls 0-524/11/63), Active
First active partition: 0
Drive serial number: 0 (0x00000000)
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