HD error: BAD SUPER BLOCK
shritis at gmx.de
Sun Nov 23 22:55:29 PST 2003
Toomas Aas wrote:
>>Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 10:53:06 +0100
>>From: Robert Neumann <shritis at gmx.de>
>>this is the problem:
>>I had a machine running FreeBSD 4.7-Stable. There I added a 80GB
>>harddisk. This harddrive I wanted to install on my other machine running
>>FreeBSD 4.9-Release. This disk is ad6 so I added
>> /dev/ad6 /storage ufs rw 2 2
>>to fstab and rebooted.
> Did I understand the situation right - the drive worked in 4.7 machine
> but the problem occurred when you moved it to the 4.9 machine?
> The above fstab entry doesn't look quite correct to me. The filesystem
> that you mount should usually be contained in a partition (e.g.
> /dev/ad6s1e) not on entire disk (/dev/ad6).
> If the drive worked in the 4.7 machine, what was the fstab entry there?
I cant recall the fstab entry but the drive was as Master on the
secondary IDE channel and had only one partition using all diskspace.
In the 4.9 machine the drive is on a DMA-66-Controller. Under Win2000
this is listet as a SCSI-Device. I don't know whether this can be the
problem - I will try to put it again on the IDE-Channel.
> What is the output of 'disklabel ad6'?
headswitch: 0 #milliseconds
track-to-track seek: 0 #milliseconds
# size offset fstype [fsize bsize bps/cpg]
c: 160086528 0 unused 0 0 # (Cyl. 0 - 9964*)
/kernel: ad6: cannot find label (no disk label)
/kernel: ad6s1: cannot find label (no disk label)
#end of output
Many thanks for your help.
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