olivier2553 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 7 10:22:26 UTC 2014
> With your help able to fix rc.conf. Able to start in normal mode. again
> the server is hanging. No connection from LAN and also from server console
> So in single user mode ran fsck. The fsck commands runs fine util it
> comes for /usr. After giving these messsage http://pastebin.com/jujRwp6g It
> is waiting for more than a hour.No other output. Is it normal phenomena?
> Will it take more time.
What did you answer to the question
INCORRECT BLOCK COUNT I-5823(12224 should be 13344)
> Please Note: As some one adviced here for memory check. Out of 4 RAMS tried
> removing RAM one by one and checked whether system is hanging. It still
> hangs .
> On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 1:25 PM, Polytropon <freebsd at edvax.de> wrote:
>> On Tue, 7 Jan 2014 13:05:00 +0530, eras mus wrote:
>> > Dear List,
>> > I tried editing /etc/rc.conf file in between server hanged . Now the
>> > rc.conf is incomplete. There is a line with incomplete quotes.
>> > So the machine in starting in single user mode . No editor is working .
>> > when /usr is mounter ee editor is there. But The file could not be edited
>> > and saved since it is read only.
>> > How to overcome this read only mode and edit the file.
>> This indicates a severe error, as you have correctly observed.
>> Step 1 is to make / writeable:
>> # mount -u /
>> which is a "shortcut" for
>> # mount -u -o rw /
>> You will also need to mount partitions like /usr to make your
>> normal editor working (for example /usr/bin/ee):
>> # mount /usr
>> or even
>> # mount -a
>> In case this step is not _possible_, you can still use an editor
>> present on / (typically /rescue/vi):
>> # /rescue/vi /etc/rc.conf
>> Apply the quotes as required and :wq (write file and quit the
>> editor). Then you should be able to let the system reboot normally.
>> Magdeburg, Germany
>> Happy FreeBSD user since 4.0
>> Andra moi ennepe, Mousa, ...
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