odd disk activity

Juha Saarinen juhasaarinen at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 04:37:36 GMT 2005

On 6/15/05, D. Goss <lists at dylangoss.com> wrote:
> I've got a bit of a general question - sorry if this is vague.
> I recently ran some memory tests that were posted in the list earlier
> - they are bootable CD images.  Each one hung in it's standard
> configuration and I put them aside until later to look into in more
> detail.  In the meantime I've noticed that one of my hard drives can
> not be found on the SCSI bus...
> Normally with this test server the drives are as follows:
> da0s1 = 18GB U160 as boot volume with system and all data
> da1s1 = 36GB U320 emtpy
> da2s1 = 36GB U320 emtpy
> da3s1 = 36GB U320 emtpy
> da4s1 = 36GB U320 emtpy
> The four test drives have been mountable (up until now) -
> mount /dev/da1s1 /mnt/misc1
> mount /dev/da2s1 /mnt/misc2
> etc...
> but now I'm getting
> # mount /dev/da4d1 /mnt/misc4
> mount: /dev/da4d1: No such file or directory

Did you mean to type:

# mount /dev/da4s1 /mnt/misc4




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