[SunHELP] Solaris 8 / fsck / SDS 4.2.1 / boot failed
mk at lexcom-net.de
Mon Feb 14 05:34:26 CST 2005
Thank you for the answer ...
but if I type control+d the mirrored filesystem on slice 7
(c0t0d0s7 and c0t1d0s7) is correctly mounted 'read/write'!
So the vfstab-entry must be correct ...
I forgot to tell you, that the fsck has a segmentation fault
during checking filesystems at startup, but after this fsck
works fine manual.
I've installed the patches 109576-01 and 110910-03.
Any other hints ?
Best regards Michael
> Check your /etc/vfstab
> On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 09:33:31 +0100, Michael Karl <mk at lexcom-net.de> wrote:
>> I'd setting up an Ultra60-Cycle-Clone with Solaris 8/SDS 4.2.1
>> and two 36GB-IBM-Disks, also the latest Recommended-Patch-Cluster.
>> With SDS 4.2.1 inclusive 108693-25-Patch I have a problem.
>> I'm thinking, that I've had this problem in the past, but
>> now I don't remember the solution.
>> I'd setting up mirroring ...
>> it works on / and /usr fine, but not with one more filesystem.
>> The boot failed with a fsck-error. 'fsck' in single-user-mode doesn't report
>> a problem and the start after this with 'crtl+d' is normal. The next boot
>> fails with the same error.
>> I googled, but find no hints :-(
>> Best regards Michael
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