unknown error during root mount on boot (fstab) in 11.0-RELEASE (after updating)
Christoph P.U. Kukulies
kuku at kukulies.org
Fri Nov 11 11:51:48 UTC 2016
Am 11.11.2016 um 12:35 schrieb Matthew Seaman:
> On 11/11/16 11:19, Christoph P.U. Kukulies wrote:
>> It doesn't work. I enable console.info and *.* to go to
>> /var/log/console.log resp. all.log
>> bute the fiels weren't there. Also touching them in the first place
>> didn't help.
>> Maybe because the root FS isn't writeable at this point in time.
>> Here is a screenshot:
> So, what disk devices show up in /dev after reboot? Note that /dev/ad?
> style is old and /dev/ada? is the new standard. In fact the /dev/adXpY
> device entries should be symlinks to the appropriate /dev/adaNpY
> devices. Also note that device numbering is not particularly constant
> over reboots -- if you boot with or without eg. a USB memstick plugged
> in, it can cause everything to get renumbered. This is why the advice
> nowadays is to use gpart(8) to set a label on your filesystems and use
> /dev/gpt/labelname in /etc/fstab
OK, so should I fireup gpart and label the volumes not listed?
There is a directory /dev/gptid containing a UUID.
Might this be the missing ad6?
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