[Courses] [FS] Lesson 5
francisrossi at yandex.ru
Mon Dec 15 01:18:27 EST 2003
>> I have joined this course although I'm male,
>Well, you're in questionable company - so am I ;^)
>root at yourbox:~# mount -t sunfs /dev/hdb4 /mnt/freebsd
I certainly did try this as well.
>* Does this mount point exist?
> Basic, but oh so easily forgotten (also very easy to do if you
>accidentally mounted another volume over it - which is why you
>shouldn't play with /mnt if you mount your CDs at /mnt/cdrom).
Yes, it did exist.
As for the rest of your observations I think they give me some good ideas.
>* Is the block device valid?
> Usual symptoms of this one are I/O errors. Check the partition exists
>with the fdisk command.
>* Does your kernel support this filesystem implementation?
> Look in /proc/filesystems - is sunfs listed there? If not, is it a
>module? Try "modprobe sunfs".
>* Is this volume formatted with this filesystem implementation?
> This one shows up as "bad superblock" errors - are you sure that sunfs
>is the one you want? Try rebooting into FreeBSD and checking the mount
>I hope this rough-and-ready guide helps...
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