Subject: AW: pmax / NetBSD 1.5.2 to 1.6 upgrade problem
To: 'Manuel Bouyer' <email@example.com>
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Hilmar_B=F6hm?= <Hilmar.Boehm@hiro-consult.de>
Date: 12/25/2002 08:04:50
> > What options did you use for dump ?
> > restore -b 10 will probably work ...
> My dump/restore parameters
> --> # dump 0cebBf 10 4096000 /dev/rmt0
> # under 1.5.2; Tape: TLZ06 (2/4GB), 90m tape cartridge
> --> # restore -r -b 10 -s 1 -f /dev/st0
> # under 1.6 installation kernel
> I think this 2048-byte limit is caused by the (installation) shell.
>No, there's no reasons sells limits would have an infliuence here.
>More likely is's caused by the block driver.
>Try /dev/rst0 instead of /dev/st0 for restore.
Yes, you're right! /dev/rst0 does it.
(Btw. with the installed 1.6: csh had the same "problem", ksh worked ok with
the /dev/st0 device.)