Jerry McAllister <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: On Fri, Mar 16, 2007 at 07:16:33AM -0700, Drew Jenkins wrote:
> 2Kevin Kinsey wrote:> > synch your source to 6.2 > > > > > > How? And is this necessary since it's already at 6.2? > > > > The command below, "cvsup -g -L 2 supfile". Assuming, of > course, that > > the supfile is valid. Is it necessary? Depends; if you're convinced > > that something is wrong with your current installation, then you might > > not need to, because you can rebuild exactly the system that you > > *should* have (for example, perhaps you fat-fingered a chmod or rm > > call?). > > Can you finally learn to break you lines at about 70 characters in length. > Having them run on long makes it much more difficult to make responses. > Most Email clients allow you to configure it to break lines. If yours >does not, just hit a a RETURN/ENTER about there each time. Yahoo's new beta must be the problem. Let's see if the old yahoo system works. Just switched back. Let me know. > That I don't quite get. If you are just adding a disk to your machine, > it is not likely to corript the rest of the system unless you execute > something on that disk. Which I did. Trust me. I've ruled everything else out. It's the HD. > When you fdisk, bsdlabel and newfs it, it is > wiped and the previous contents are gone. If you precede that with > a nice dd to overwrite initial sectors with zeros, then it is even > more wiped before you even get to the fdisk. Can I bsdlabel, newfs and fdisk that disk without wiping the other disks, and do it remotely? > Or are you trying to add this disk to a mirror in such a way that > the raid controller thinks it is the good disk and the other is > corrupt and tries to rebuild the mirror with the contents of the > added disk? That you don't want to do. That I am not doing. There are two other disks in the box that are SCSIs. > My thoughts are that something is happening that you haven't declared > yet. An HD does not go out and zap files. That is like saying one > book on a shelf skipped over and trashed the contents of another book > on a shelf. You misread. The files were on the new HD. The "action scripts", or s/w that calls those dbase files, are on the SCSI drives. TIA, Drew --------------------------------- We won't tell. Get more on shows you hate to love (and love to hate): Yahoo! TV's Guilty Pleasures list. _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"