Thus spake Ian Dowse <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, David Schultz writes: > >I just made world on -CURRENT (cvsup a few hours ago), booted > >using a new GENERIC kernel and ran mergemaster. Before I > >installed world, I mounted the root partition for my more stable > >development environment (4.6-RELEASE) to copy my firewall rules > >over. In summary: > > ># fsck /dev/ad1s1a > >** /dev/ad1s1a > >BAD SUPER BLOCK: VALUES IN SUPER BLOCK DISAGREE WITH THOSE IN FIRST ALTERNATE > >/dev/ad1s1a: INCOMPLETE LABEL: type 4.2BSD fsize 0, frag 0, cpg 0, size 524288 > > You just need to "fsck -b16 /dev/ad1s1a", or alternatively upgrade > to the latest -STABLE fsck, which fixes this issue. There are a few > new superblock fields in use in -CURRENT that trigger some unnecessary > fsck sanity checks.
Excellent, upgrading fsck did the trick. Thanks for the quick reply! (By the way, shouldn't fsdb still work, even if it's confused? If a superblock glitch makes it refuse to start, that sort of defeats the purpose.) To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message