sysinstall(8) && bsdlabel a new disk
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Tue Nov 2 06:04:22 UTC 2010
El día Monday, November 01, 2010 a las 10:03:58PM -0700, perryh at pluto.rain.com escribió:
> Devin Teske <dteske at vicor.com> wrote:
> > sysinstall probes hardware when it starts. Therefore, after making
> > changes (specifically after writing) to the disk in the FDISK
> > partition editor, you need to Ctrl-C and Abort-out and relaunch
> > sysinstall so that it probes the new disk devices (ad4s1, ad4s2,
> > etc.) before you can start adding BSD disklabels (ad4s1a, ad4s1b,
> > etc.) to the slice (aka partition).
> > This has been an age-old problem (hmmm, perhaps get could some mad
> > karma for fixing it).
> At least in 8.1, there is a sysinstall operation somewhere to
> re-probe devices, presumably to cover exactly this sort of
> situation. Does it not work?
My situation was in 9-CURRENT.
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