From 8-stable to 9.0 RC1 iscsi panic
joh.hendriks at gmail.com
Tue Oct 25 14:42:08 UTC 2011
Jeremy Chadwick schreef:
> On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 10:46:55PM +1030, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
>> On 25/10/2011, at 22:32, Miroslav Lachman wrote:
>>>> Well i did use the single user mode !
>>>> And the safe mode !
>>>> But they all gave me that error.
>>>> So the did load the loader.conf file.
>>> I think modules are loaded before displaying boot menu, where you can choose to boot in to single user mode.
>>> But you can enter the boot loader prompt, where you can unload already loaded modules or load new modules by its name, so you don't need to edit loader.conf for one time boot option.
>> They aren't loaded before displaying the menu, but the list of modules to load is worked out then.
>> If you want to boot without loading the modules listed in loader.conf you need to break into the loader and type..
>> boot -s
>> (or whatever options you want)
> Yup, correct. The person who said "single-user mode doesn't read
> loader.conf!" is absolutely incorrect.
I really did select number 4 after the reboot, i even rebooted multiple
I can imagine myself missing number 4 reading the options and not
hitting number 4 within the 10 seconds the first time, but not the
second and third time.
Or my keyboard did not work at the boot loader menu, wich i can not test
now because it is recompiling all my ports and i do not want to interupt
a working deamon ..
But anyhow it gave me the above error!
I did not think about going into the loader and unload the iscsi module,
so i did remove it with the live cd using fixit from the laoder.conf file.
Now all is fine.
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