Mounting ext3 problem
sasa at stupar.homelinux.net
Sat Oct 1 08:56:49 PDT 2005
--On 1. oktober 2005 8:29 -0400 Lowell Gilbert
<freebsd-questions-local at be-well.ilk.org> wrote:
> Sasa Stupar <sasa at stupar.homelinux.net> writes:
>> --On 30. september 2005 23:22 -0400 nawcom <nawcom at nawcom.com> wrote:
>> > ext3 is compatible w/ext2 when the dirty bit is not set. When
>> > it is set (one common reason is the filesystem not being correctly
>> > unmounted), journal rollback is necessary which only ext3 can handle.
>> > thats why running fsck_ext2fs on the partition should take care of the
>> > issues.
>> > it doesn't mean your partition is actually "dirty", its just that
>> > freebsd doesn't (usually) attempt to mount partitions that were
>> > incorrectly unmounted.
>> > Let me know if it works. If you dont have ext2 support in fsck yet -
>> > you can find the source in /usr/ports/sysutils/fsck_ext2fs
>> > -Ben
>> I can't find that port. I have cvsup my ports and I have even searched
>> on the FreeBSD home page of ports collection but it didn't find
>> it. Are you sure about the name?
> $ grep fsck /usr/ports/MOVED
> sysutils/fsck_ext2fs|sysutils/e2fsprogs|2004-03-01|Better utility
Found it and installed it. I have tried with:
#/sbin/fsck_ext2fs -f /dev/ad3
execve: No such file or directory
I have read man pages for fsck_ext2fs.
What am I doing wrong here?
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