6.2 amd64 ufs_dirbad
Brian A. Seklecki
lavalamp at spiritual-machines.org
Sat Sep 29 14:16:09 PDT 2007
Can you post your dmesg(8) from /var/run/dmesg(8) so that we can see
your SATA controller information?
Can you try loading /usr/obj and /usr/src onto an alternate disk to see
if the problem is controller/HBA/sata cable/disk related?
On Fri, 2007-09-28 at 10:33 -0700, Eric Osterweil wrote:
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> I've been chasing my tail with a problem for a few days now and I'm
> about to throw in the towel. I have a Tyan Thunder K8SR w/ 2
> amd64's, 6GB of mem, and a 250 GB SATA drive.
> I've been trying to get FreeBSD 6.2 amd64 on it. When I do the
> install, if I try to put the ports on, it reliably crashes with a
> ufs_dirbad. I can install w/o the ports. I found a ref to booting
> set hw.physmem="4G"
> and that gets me through (w/ the ports).
> When I buildworld, I eventually get the same ufs_dirbad.
> I have swapped out the drive and tried a new one (same problem).
> WHenever I reboot (at all) if I fsck I see lots of filesystem
> errors. I just did a memtest86 over night, and found no problems.
> Can anyone help me out here? I can provide any other info that would
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