Hi, (reply is at the bottom of quoted text)
On Mon, Mar 07, 2016 at 04:04:46PM +0000, Anthony Jenkins wrote:
set module_path /boot/kernel # ?
I don't think module_path is set to its default "/boot/kernel;/boot/modules"
when booting to loader(8) prompt...
From: Steven Hartland <kill...@multiplay.co.uk>
Sent: Monday, March 7, 2016 9:18 AM
Subject: Re: loader and load: path?
So your saying "kldload zfs" fails because it can't find opensolaris or
are you giving it absolute paths?
If so try without absolute paths.
On 07/03/2016 14:09, Larry Rosenman wrote:
If I type load /boot/kernel/kernel, and then load /boot/kernel/zfs.ko,
(loader.efi in this case) says it can't find opensolaris. Same for
it can't find it's dependent modules. Just hitting enter does the
What variable(s) am I missing?
I think you're going to have to load /bootpool/boot/kernel/zfs.ko
I've been bitten by this. Seems there was a recent change, and it
affects -stable as well as -current. The boot path was changed and
it's caused breakage. I dunno what way there is around it.
I downloaded the memstick image 10.3-RC1 on the 5th, booted to it, all
was well. Mouse working (I have a wireless mouse that uses ums0,
standard zfs-on-root install, nothing else added.
Today I ran svnlite and updated the sources, recompiled, ran
mergemaster and at the start of it it says something like (from
memory) that /boot kernel is a link and do I want to remove it? The
directory can be made later - so I agree to this. After the update,
the system is at 10.3-PRERELEASE #0 r296497
The system boots but now my mouse isn't detected as a mouse but as a
keyboard. The radeon drivers the screen needs weren't compiled, so I
go into /usr/src/sys/modules/drm2/ to make the modules, ran make
install but it bails saying that /boot/kernel isn't a directory... so
I checked and indeed it wasn't:
$ ls -lah /boot/kernel
-r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 454K Mar 8 20:57 /boot/kernel
modules are now in /bootpool/boot/kernel/
it's a file so I can't fix this by symlinking to the real path.
It seems some modules know about the path and not others. kldload
doesn't know about the path. If I want a module loaded I have to
specify the full path. For example, if I want to load ums.ko manually,
$ sudo kldload /bootpool/boot/kernel/ums.ko
Id Refs Address Size Name
1 26 0xffffffff80200000 f8f798 kernel
2 1 0xffffffff81190000 2e9690 zfs.ko
3 2 0xffffffff8147a000 5640 opensolaris.ko
4 1 0xffffffff81480000 1d698 geom_eli.ko
5 3 0xffffffff8149e000 322f0 crypto.ko
6 1 0xffffffff814d1000 f8c8 aio.ko
7 1 0xffffffff814e1000 3418 amdtemp.ko
8 1 0xffffffff814e6000 4e50 aesni.ko
9 1 0xffffffff814ec000 15080 fuse.ko
10 1 0xffffffff81611000 22c8 ums.ko
but if I unload it and then try to load it in the usual way, it can't
$ sudo kldload ums.ko
kldload: can't load ums.ko: No such file or directory
how can I fix this please? [without having to reinstall]
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