[SunHELP] Changing hard drives SunOS 4.1.1 Sun4c
peter at ashlyn.co.uk
Tue Apr 23 11:37:16 CDT 2013
Can you send me a what
For some reason your root filesystem is either full or is in read only mode
What happens if you open up a terminal and type (I assume you are logged in as
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On 23 Apr 2013, at 17:09, Fredric QJ Bleholtz <e5frog at gmail.com> wrote:
> Got the 2GB drive today, a Seagate ST12400N, attached it to the PC,
> verified it, formatted it, checked it in WinHex after booting Windows, disk
> was filled with ascii "1".
> Copied the raw binary backup with the corrected header to the disk with
> WinHex, no problems there, data from the 1.3GB to the 2GB aligned at
> position 0, the rest of the disk left in the previous formatted state.
> Hooked it to the Sparcstation 2, booted, filechecking went fine, all needed
> items were found.
> /dev/rsd0a 1381 files, 8977 used, 110 free (0.6% fragmentation, the others
> /dev/rsd0g 6933 files, 62159 used, 79752 free
> /dev/rsd3h 37 files, 507 used, 301436 free
> /dev/rsd0h 170 files, 11769 used, 21054 free
> /dev/rsd3g 47787 files, 656789 used, 161131 free
> So I logged in and the window-system opened with an error message in one of
> the open terminal windows.
> cmdtool (CONSOLE) - /bin/csh
> sun1% read: Error 0
> read: Error 0
> /: write failed, file system is full
> Clicking in any terminal/shell window writes the text "/: write failed,
> file system is full". It's possible to write commands, if trying "format"
> it reports there are no hard drives (and lists the expected names as above
> Right-clicking on the window-free background, (what in Amiga OS would be
> called desktop) shows the normal menu and the program this computer is used
> for is able to start up (Planmaster).
> Not surprising that the error in the header of the drive was not the only
> one, need to do some repair work I guess. Any ideas where to start?
> When rebooting after exiting the proper way there were some messages in the
> "checking filesystems":
> /dev/rsd0a: UNREF FILE I=4964 OWNER=plan MODE=100600 (plan is the login
> /dev/rsd0a: SIZE=0 MTIME=Mar 25 12:39 2013 (yes I know time is off)
> /dev/rsd0a: UNREF FILE I=4965 OWNER=plan MODE=100666
> /dev/rsd0a: SIZE=0 MTIME=Mar 25 12:40 2013
> /dev/rsd0a: FREE BLK COUNT(S) WRONG IN SUPERBLK (SALVAGED)
> /dev/rsd0a: 1382 files, 8979 used, 108 free
> /dev/rsd0a: (60 frags, 6 blocks, 0.7% fragmentation)
> Mounted FS fixed - rebooting.
> Reboot has no errors.
> What to do next?
> / Fredric
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