Subject: Re: putting a NetBSD disklabel on an IDE partition other than the
To: Todd Whitesel <email@example.com>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
Date: 11/06/1998 23:24:09
Todd Whitesel writes:
>> >printf("WARNING: old BSD partition ID!\n");
>Um, my i386 -current box has both 165 and 169 partitions on it: one for
>1.3.2 (a hedge against disaster) and one for -current shenanigans.
>This machine is used for frequent "make build" and my impression is that
>any time the disklabel is skimmed and an old partition ID is found, this
>message appears on the console. I do see it quite often.
Um, pedantically, that's only every time the MBR is scanned.
If you use the incore label, it should be fine).
And the kernel only looks for a 165 ID if it didnt find a 169 ID.
Do you have two disks, one with 165 and the other with 169?