Subject: Booting SYS_INST
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: John W. DeBoskey <email@example.com>
Date: 01/28/1996 21:47:14
Well, I've tried just about everything I can with no luck to boot from
I've tried all variations of 'shutdown -r -f /SYS_INST:SYS_SYS_I'
which seems like it should work as implied in the man pages. It simply
comes back with a system not found after reboot.
from a lifls of SYS_INST
volume BOOT43 data size -3 directory size 1
filename type start size implement created
SYS_SYS_I -5822 32 200 fff00000 11/16/95 12:15:25
^^^^^ I don't recognize this value...
My hardware/software from a uname -a
HP-UX baggins B.09.00 B 9000/385
Does anyone have any ideas? I'm flat out confused, and probably
totally missing the simplest config problem.
firstname.lastname@example.org (w) John W. De Boskey (919) 677-8000 x6915