Upgrade from 5.5 failed

Pierre Abbat phma at leaf.dragonflybsd.org
Mon May 11 23:38:22 PDT 2020

I pulled the latest, made and installed kernel and world, made upgrade, and 
just rebooted. I get the following:

uhid0: <Gateway Generic USB Hub> on usbus1
dumpon: crash dumps to /dev/serno/131061401278.s1b (32. 0x20009)
Starting file system checks:
/dev/serno/131061401278.s1a: FILESYSTEM CLEAN: SKIPPING CHECKS
/dev/serno/131061401278.s1a: clean, 87018 free (1762 frags, 10657 blocks, 0.5% 
/dev/serno/S599NE0MA759522.s1a: clean, 221026 free (386 frags,27580 blocks, 
0.1% fragmentation)
Shared object "libdmsg.so.3" not found, required by "hammer2"
mount_hammer2: unable to connect to cluster controller
mount_hammer2: cluster_connect(/dev/serno/S599NE0MA759522.s1e at DATA) failed
hammer2_mount: '/dev/serno/S599NE0MA759522.s1e at DATA'
hammer2_mount: dev="/dev/serno/S599NE0MA759522.s1e" label="DATA" rdonly=0
hammer2: using volume header #1
hammer2 mount "/dev/serno/S599NE0MA759522.s1e":  no recovery needed
hammer2_mount hmp=0xfffff80117x22000 pmp=0xfffff80090542e00
mount: exec mount_linprocfs not found in /sbin, /usr/sbin: No such file or 
Mounting /etc/fstab filesystems failed: startup aborted
ERROR: ABORTING BOOT (sending SIGTERM to parent)!
May 12 06:05:02 init: /bin/sh on /etc/rc terminated abnormally, going to 
single user mode
Enter full path of shell or RETURN for /bin/sh:

Hitting enter gets me a root prompt. Should I cpdup /boot1 back to /boot and 
try again? What about the old world? Or do I just need to comment out 
linprocfs in /etc/fstab?

/var (which is hammer2) and /usr are mounted, but running "nano /etc/fstab" 
results in "Error opening terminal: unknown.".

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