Hi -- I'm running a "Tombstone" machine that's functioning as a server. The machine is located somewhere with a fast connection, and not somewhere that I have easy access to. As such, I want this machine to do its best to boot up and get onto the network, no matter what happens on boot, so that I have a chance to actually fix the problem.
Lately when it boots it runs into an NFS mounting error, claiming that some of my NFS-mounted drives have unexpected inconsistencies. It says "unexpected error - help!" and then quits to a /bin/sh single-user-mode prompt. As I am 10 miles away, this is decidedly unhelpful. I don't care if it can't mount some irrelevant drive or not; I want it to boot up and ask me questions later. Is there a way that I can set the machine to do its best to boot no matter what it finds at boot time? Thanks in advance for any help you can provide, - Jason PS -- Boot messages not available, as the machine is down at the moment and I can't get over there to type "<enter> exit<enter>" until later this afternoon. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"