the wonders of SCSI
Conor P. Cahill
cpcahil at virtech.uucp
Mon May 28 01:21:36 AEST 1990
In article <1990May27.092900.828 at wolves.uucp> ggw at wolves.UUCP (Gregory G. Woodbury) writes:
>These drives fsck and mount quite well. (even if the /etc/partitions no
>longer correctly ids the drives! HELP on recovery for /etc/partitions is
There is an option on the mkpart(1M) command which builds a copy of
the /etc/partitions from the vtoc itself. See the man page for more
> The maxtor and adaptec 1542A (intr and dma and such are
>all correct.) are in place and work (sort of!). I can mkfs/fsck/fsstat
>the scsi drive (as /dev/dsk/c1d0s0 or c1d0p0) BUT! no variant of
>/etc/mount will let me mount the device any where on the filesystem!
> mount: /dev/dsk/c1d0s0 no such device
"no such device" is the ENXIO error number which usually means the
device driver for /dev/dsk/c1d0s0 is not configured into the kernel.
I would verify the major/minor device number for the c1d0s0 entry.
I find it hard to believe that the fsck actually worked on the
disk drive through that /dev entry (c1d0s0).
Another possibility may be that you set up the file system to be a 2K
file system and the 2K stuff isn't compiled into the kernel.
>stringing the mount command is non-revealing. It doesnt even go look at
>the device before telling that.
What mount does do is pass you arguments as appropriate to the mount
system call. It does not directly access your file system.
Conor P. Cahill (703)430-9247 Virtual Technologies, Inc.,
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