Le 31.10.2014 21:35, Martin MATO a écrit :
> Le 31.10.2014 21:00, Manfred Antar a écrit :
>> At 12:20 PM 10/31/2014, O. Hartmann wrote:
>>
>>> On all CURRENT systems I updated today (31.10.2014) I had massive 
>>> filesystem corruption
>>> after reboot. The systems do have 
>>>
>>> FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #1 r273914: Fri Oct 31 19:40:04 CET 2014 amd64
>>>
>>> and suffer without exception from the same breakage, quitting services 
>>> and/or reporting
>>> corrupted filesystems after a fresh reboot - even if I've performed a 
>>> manual triggered
>>> "fsck -fz" in single user mode on the console.
>>>
>>> All systems have GPT partion schemes.
>>>
>>> The problem is serious! I can not get rid via fsck of the problem of 
>>> corrupted
>>> filesystems. Services like OpenLDAP (Slapd), nslcd, dbus, hal or postgresql 
>>> do not start
>>> properly and need to be started manually after a reboot.
>>>
>>> What is wrong? The fact that several CURRENT boxes are affected the very 
>>> same way (> 5 )
>>> make me confident this is a serious bug recently introduced.
>>>
>>> Oliver
>>>
>> With  r273911 on amd64, after fresh build installworld.
>> Upon reboot all of a sudden /var is mounted mfs.
>> needless to say many problems with programs that store files in /var -- ie 
>> mysql clamav etc, etc
>> I had to change the following in rc.conf to get system to work again.
>> varmfs="AUTO"             # Set to YES to always create an mfs /var, NO to 
>> never
>> varsize="32m"           # Size of mfs /var if created
>> varmfs_flags="-S"       # Extra mount options for the mfs /var
>> populate_var="AUTO"       # Set to YES to always (re)populate /var, NO to 
>> never
>> cleanvar_enable="YES"    # Clean the /var directory
>>
>> CHANGED TO :
>> varmfs="NO"             # Set to YES to always create an mfs /var, NO to 
>> never
>> varsize="32m"           # Size of mfs /var if created
>> varmfs_flags="-S"       # Extra mount options for the mfs /var
>> populate_var="NO"       # Set to YES to always (re)populate /var, NO to never
>> cleanvar_enable="NO"    # Clean the /var directory
>>
>> Not why all of a sudden /var/ was mounted mfs.
>> Maybe something to do with the new random stuff, I did a mergemaster before 
>> rebooting
>> Not sure if this is related to your problem
>> Manfred
>>
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>>
>>
> Same things here.
> It appears that the ld-elf.so.hints files are not generated ( ldconfig
> not executed at boot); well at least in my case.
> executing manually a 'service ldconfig start' generate them.
>

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