The kernel used is a GENERIC one from 6.0. / is mounted but in read-only mode and I can use it in single user mode. The mount command has been created on October 26 2008 and I hadn't start my laptop since one year so I'm sure that this comes from my update.
Using mount command manually failed: > #mount -w /dev/ad0s2a / > mount option <update> is unknown > mount: /dev/ad0s2a My fstab file contains /dev/ad0s2a / ufs rw 1 1 > but ad0s2a is in ro mode as show mount output /dev/ados2a on / (ufs, local, read-only) > 2008/11/4 mdh <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > --- On Tue, 11/4/08, Popof Popof <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > From: Popof Popof <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > Subject: Unable to mount / in read - write mode > > To: "FreeBSD Questions" <email@example.com> > > Date: Tuesday, November 4, 2008, 1:57 PM > > Hi, > > I recently tried to update my FreeBSD 6.0 to FreeBSD 7.0. > > I don't know where but I made a mistake and I am always > > booting on the 6.0 > > kernel. > > The problem is that I have an error during boot process: > > > > mount option <rw> is unknown > > > mount: /dev/ad0s2a : Invalid argument > > > Mounting root filesystem rw failed, startup aborted > > > Boot interrupted > > > > > > Its seems that tools have correctly upgraded (man mount let > > me see that I > > use the FreeBSD 7 version of mount) but not the kernel. > > > > Does someone has an idea to allow me to use my filesystem > > in read write mode > > ? > > This seems to be a problem with the mount command. Why do you feel the > kernel may be at fault? If the kernel can get to mount, then it has > obviously already mounted / (though possibly in read-only mode, which is > something you should let us know...) > There is also not necessarily a corrolation between a man page and the > actual binary. Check the binary's modification time and such for better > detail here. Beyond that, try running the mount command manually from the > command line after booting from a CD or in single-user mode, if single-user > mode works. > > - mdh > > > > > _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"