Mounting FreeBSD partitions from DragonFly?
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Sat Dec 17 11:35:08 PST 2005
:Jonathan Fosburgh wrote:
:> On Friday 16 December 2005 08:10 pm, walt wrote:
:>> I get an 'incorrect super block' when I try to mount the FBSD
:>> partition from DragonFly.
:> Sure it's not UFS2? That's the same error (IIRC) that attempting to mount UFS2
:> on DFly generates.
:No, it turned out to be the disklabel which had changed (and I don't
:know what changed it, but I didn't do it myself).
:All I have to do is re-label that slice using DragonFly and grub can
:use it and DFly can mount it again. But -- then FreeBSD-current can't
:use the slice :o( I can then use FreeBSD to re-label the slice and
:I'm back to where I started. What a PIA.
:It was a bad move on FBSD's part to make themselves incompatible with
:grub, I think.
I'm not sure what is going on with Grub but note that I changed he
disklabel for DragonFly as well. Well, not precisely changed it, more
like a natural extension to support up to 16 partitions instead of 8.
DragonFly should still be able to mount non-extended partition tables,
so maybe FreeBSD did do something to the disk label... maybe GEOM-related.
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