UFS Crash and directories now missing

Edward M eam1edward at gmail.com
Sat May 12 02:14:27 UTC 2012

On 05/11/2012 05:18 PM, Chad Perrin wrote:
> I appreciate the time you put into this.
    It was no problem at all:-)
    had fun comparing.
     Now that I'm free and have more time I went over the 3rd edition 
table of contents and found a few instances
     that mentions FreeBSD. In chapter "Adding a Disk"  describes the 
FFS, shows a freebsd fstab example file and
     teaches how to add a disk in FreeBSD,etc. I  Continued  glancing  
at the contents and it appears the rest of the book is pretty much
     on subjects that apply to all UNIX OS.
> the fourth edition text has for some reason
> basically traded FreeBSD for AIX -- which makes little sense to me.

    I found a site that it kinda shows that this is was happened, AIX 
replaced FreeBSD:-(
    mid way  through the site shows the 4th edition only focuses on  
redhat, opensuse, rhel, solaris, HPUX and IBM AIX.



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