Fwd: $ true is not set properly error
balaji at sanrad.in
Tue Aug 21 05:50:43 UTC 2018
Hi Thank you for the reply,
This Server PC is comes in Toshiba MRI excelart Vantage model and
boot from Host PC
There was problem in server PC hard disk degraded so we rebuild
after rebuild Server PC boot without error
we connected the Server PC in MRI System and from Host PC we tried
to connect but failed
and found that Server PC is not booting
We tried as per your instruction by entering single user mode we
tried to boot -s in loader prompt it didnot work
we did fsck it works all files seems ok
On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 11:28 PM, Polytropon <freebsd at edvax.de> wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Aug 2018 13:41:44 +0530, Balaji Balaji wrote:
> > We have Server PC with FreeBSD 6.3 used in Toshiba MRI
> > for store rawdata.
> FreeBSD 6.3 is out of support for several years already.
> If you can, consider upgrading that system to a version
> that receives support.
> However, FreeBSD is known to run for decades (if maintained
> properly, or _not_ touched at all). :-)
> > Now we have following problem in server PC it is not booting fully
> > error
> > Mounting /etc/fstab filesystems failed, startup aborted
> > /etc/rc:Warning:$true is not set properly -see rc.conf(5)
> What does "now" mean in this context? Did it happen
> suddenly out of nowhere, or did you change something
> on the server? If yes, what did you change?
> The error seems to indicate some problem with /etc/rc.conf
> Maybe this older discussion is helpful:
> Check in /etc/rc.conf if you somewhere have a line
> like "true=<something>" in it...
> But that is a warning. Probably there's an error with
> bigger impact related to mounting, maybe an error in
> You could try to boot the system into single user mode
> first ("boot -s" at loader prompt), then run "fsck",
> and finally "mount -a". This should give you a good
> indication of what could be the problem.
> > attached picture 1 with booting error
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> especially for future reference, type the error message
> (and all other important information that might appear
> on the server) directly into the message.
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