RELENG_7: chatty geom
rabe at uugrn.org
Tue Apr 14 14:38:00 UTC 2009
On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 01:52:27AM +0200, Ivan Voras wrote:
[Labels apperaring ad disappearing]
> Now Glabel is complaining you didn't use a label and have used a device
> node as the mount point :)
This isn't new (to me). Having ufs-labelled md-devices brings me those
messages since 6.x (since in use geom labels), because the mdconfig
rc-scripts don't know about "/dev/md0 == /dev/ufs/FOO" and therefore mount
the md-devices directly instead of the labels which makes the labels
disappear directly after mdconfig has just "created" them.
> I'll commit a silencing patch as soon as I get approval for it.
How would one get the ids of ufsid-labels when hidden? glabel list shows
only the "active" labels, especially doesn't show the ufsid-label if the
device is mounted by its "legacy" devicename (just tried that). dmesg
seems the only source of information for that so far.
PS: In gerneral I find it very useful to operate on labels instead of
"legacy" device names, especially for S-SATA disks. I even use
/dev/ufs/ROOT instead of /dev/ad<random>s1a which works perfectly:
# dmesg | grep ROOT
GEOM_LABEL: Label for provider ad6s1a is ufs/ROOT.
Trying to mount root from ufs:/dev/ufs/ROOT
Raphael Becker <rabe at uugrn.org> http://rabe.uugrn.org/
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