SU+J on 9.1-RC2 ISO
mike.jakubik at intertainservices.com
Fri Nov 2 17:13:12 UTC 2012
On Sat, 2012-11-03 at 00:05 +0700, Adam Strohl wrote:
> On 11/2/2012 23:47, Bas Smeelen wrote:
> > Hi
> > Why are journaled soft updates the default when installing a new system
> > from a 9.1-RC2 ISO?
> > Can SU+J be disabled for the 9.1-RELEASE or do you think this is not
> > going to be a problem for users of FreeBSD? I will have to boot these
> > two systems single user now to disable the soft updates journal, because
> > I use dump + restore on live systems, not a problem for me, it is just
> > an inconvenience.
> I have to second this sentiment. Unless the dump/snapshot issue has
> been resolved they journal should be turned off by default.
> It's a really nasty bug that causes an instant panic which is awful if
> the server is in production. The fact that it happens when you're
> trying to exercise due diligence (ie; backups) is even worse.
You can disable SU+J after installing, though it would be nice if the
installer gave you a choice.
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