geli disk marked as dirty on normal shutdown/reboot
Adam Vande More
amvandemore at gmail.com
Tue Sep 1 02:22:16 UTC 2009
On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 8:05 PM, Vinny <
vinny-mail-01+f.questions20090831 at palaceofretention.ca<vinny-mail-01%2Bf.questions20090831 at palaceofretention.ca>
> Hi List,
> # uname -a
> FreeBSD the.palaceofretention.ca 7.1-RELEASE-p6 FreeBSD 7.1-RELEASE-p6 #0:
> Tue Jun 9 16:26:47 UTC 2009 root at i386-builder.daemonology.net:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC
> I have a geli backed ufs file system:
> # ad14.eli esata
> /dev/ufs/E1TB /edisks/esata0 ufs rw,noauto 2 2
> I use a passphrase to attach it:
> # geli attach ad14
> Enter passphrase: **
> The provider shows up as ad14.eli as expected. The file system
> on it has a label of E1TB (as seen above).
> The command:
> # mount /dev/ufs/E1TB
> usually works fine.
> The problem is that if I restart the system normally, the
> file system on the provider ad14.eli, when reattached, is
> marked as dirty and I get the usual "operation not permitted"
> error. I have to run:
> # fsck -t ufs /dev/ad14.eli
> before I can mount it again. This is repeatable and occurs
> for more than just the one geli provider I use in this example.
> Am I missing something with respect to properly attaching a
> geli device? Do I need the '-d' option to detach at last
> Thanks for any help.
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Usually I just umount before close. I don't get the need to fsck then.
Adam Vande More
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