On Monday, October 27, 2014 6:46:17 pm Michael Schmiedgen wrote:
> On 10/27/2014 22:29, Ryan Stone wrote:
> > On Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 4:21 PM, Michael Schmiedgen <schmied...@gmx.net>
> >> Hi List,
> >> my ZFS does not mount. I bifurcated to r271963 that
> >> does not work anymore. The commit seems not directly
> >> related to ZFS, but is rather a conversion from timeout(9)
> >> to callout(9).
> >> After booting the kernel it drops to the mount prompt,
> >> stating that ZFS cannot be mounted because of 'error 5'.
> >> Any hints? Can I provide some more information?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Michael
> > The changes to the 3 files there look to be independent, so can you
> > narrow this down further by applying the patch to only a single file?
> > Of those three only ACPI looks like it could affect ZFS or disks, so
> > this will be the patch to try first:
> > If you can get a verbose boot log from the machine that would be
> > helpful, but you'd need a serial console to capture that.
> I applied first acpi.c, then atkbd.c and at last kern_cons.c that
> triggered the error.
> In previous months I had already the same problem with ZFS if
> nvidia driver was loaded via /boot/loader.conf. It triggered
> the same error. So I loaded the driver on demand with kldload
> after login and everything (X + stuff) worked fine.
> Very strange...
> Does anyone have a clue what is going on here?
So not loading the nvidia driver during boot fixed it? That seems odd indeed.
Did you recompile the driver after updating?
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