jalmberg at identry.com
Fri Aug 7 20:21:54 UTC 2009
> Non-printable-character (NPC)
> NPCs may be a culprit for a file that used to work, now doesn't. Or a
> inode oddity.
> I've been following this thread but haven't chipped in because of
> timing (you driving to the datacenter).
> Here's what I'd consider:
> # mv /etc/fstab /etc/old-fstab
> and recreate a fstab from hand. Example:
> /dev/mfid0s1a / ufs rw 1 1
I guess I could use the existing fstab as a model... just retype it using vi.
I checked the date on fstab... it hasn't been changed since the server
was installed, but I guess it's worth a try. Thanks for the idea.
> I doubt controller or disk problems, since a livecd can mount it. a
> fsck -y on a clean filesystem won't report anything.
You were right about this.
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