On Tue, 2015-12-22 at 17:37 -0800, Jeffrey Bouquet wrote: > After trial and error ( not easily crafted from the man page) > crafting the "mount" command below... > > I've on a todo list a once-in-a-while fsck_ffs ( in single user > mode > or init 1), each filesystem ( eventually ) so that journalling is > double checked > as accurate (ufs2) > > "mount -t ufs -o rw /dev/gtp/root / " > ( ^^ that, not easily crafted from the man page examples, unless it > works > sometimes and does not work other times, or needs some precise > order. This command worked today...) > > So much for documentation. > On to the question. > > The 'task' would be to run fsck_ffs -y on each filesystem once in a > while. > However, after remounting root or some other filesystem rw, the > (NO_WRITE) still appears in fsck_ffs ... appearing to make the effort > moot. (Since it also answers (No) to its resulting ?repair? > questions...) > > Fault of "init 1" rather than safe mode at boot, or some unintended > not-working-yet > fault of fsck_ffs, or some easier way to accomplish the stated task? > > Apologies for not asking it elsewhere... seems like one or two > persons reading > this list may know more than others and/or sometimes do the same > commands, every once in a while or after a crash to the debugger > instance. > > Thanks. > ( Not really urgent that anyone answers. More of an inquiry than a > problem... at least at > r288246... )
If I've understood your question correctly, I think the sequence you're looking for is something like this: init 1 mount -r / fsck -y / mount -w / exit When the NO_WRITE message appears, fsck is saying it will not write because others can write. -- Ian _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"