corrupt disklabel, how to restore?
subhro.kar at gmail.com
Wed Sep 29 00:59:41 PDT 2004
There is a key for toggling new filesystem. Probably Y..... sorry
don't rember it.
On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 09:58:07 +0200, didi <didi at yuebing.net> wrote:
> It's partitioned and mounted from sysinstall in 5.2.1
> And the machine rins 5.2.1 again :(
> So, I guess I could:
> use fdisk and/or disklabel from within sysinstall again. But how do I
> prevent sysinstall from making 'newfs' ?
> Thanks & Regards D-tail
> Subhro wrote:
> > If you have partitioned your disk as UFS2, then there is no way in
> > which you can access them running 4.10.
> > Regards
> > S,
> > On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 08:32:18 +0200, didi <didi at yuebing.net> wrote:
> >>I did what you shouldn't do. I have two disks one 80gb and one 100gb
> >>I was not happy with FreeBSD 5.2.1 so I downgraded to 4.10.
> >>Problem is the disklabel on my second drive somehow got corrupt, on this
> >>drive i backed up all home/* folders etc and so on, but now I can't get
> >>to my backup.
> >>I really need a way to restore the disklabel.
> >>I have tried scan_ffs with no result is there any other way,
> >>The disk was mounted as ad1s1d one large slice.
> >>Any information could be usefull
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Subhro Sankha Kar
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