Hi, thanks for your reply. I wasn't discussing the difference between
'shutdown now' and 'shutdown -r now'; my concern was it appears that the
fbsd handbook section I was reading, with regards to "REBUILDING WORLD",
instructed the reader to do a 'shutdown now' instead of a proper
'shutdown -r now', which in turn caused me grief when attempting to run
On Mon, 04 Aug 2008 18:37:28 -0400, email <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I thank you. In addition, I am quite sure the command we are referred
to in "23.4.5 Drop to Single User Mode" is in fact 'shutdown now' and
not 'shutdown -r now'.
While "shutdown now" puts you into SUM at once, not unmounting
anything, "shutdown -r now" reboots the system and it's up to
you to enter SUM via kernel interruption and "boot -s", and in
this state, nothing is mounted.
Once again I thank you for your reply.
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