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Re: hammer: Missing volume (No header)

From: "Diegu" <peur.neu@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2010 16:17:02 +0100


everything built fine, the update went more than ok.
overall perfomance is up to 16% more than the 2.8.2 cd distro.
i'll keep up on the source updates.
still trying to build Linux compat and packages.
i´ll update soon when i get vkernel tests and more serious production tests 
nfs and smb performance.


"Alex Hornung" <ahornung@gmail.com> escribió en el mensaje 
> you just need to update your repository with git pull and then build the
> kernel, not the syscons userland tool.
> regarding the other issue, I don't quite understand. the message you pas
> ted comes from trying to mount the swap partition as hammer. 'd' is the 
> hammer partition.
> cheers, alex
> "Diegu" <peur.neu@gmail.com> wrote:
>>not much success with syscons. i'll have to make world. higly undesired
> on a
>>data full hdd.
>>about hammer. yes, ad2 s1b is swap. but the message comes out from the 
>>hammer partition
>>rather than from swap partition.
>>"Alex Hornung" <ahornung@gmail.com> escribi? en el mensaje 
> ..
>>> The text console switching was actually a bug recently introduced in
>>> syscons that has been fixed for a while now.
>>> Regarding your hammer issue, usually the b-partition is swap. Are you
>>> sure that it is hammer? As I was saying, the installer uses b as swap
> in
>>> a normal hammer based install.
>>> Cheers,
>>> Alex Hornung
>>> "Diegu" <peur.neu@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Had a crash as usual using xorg i915 driver while switching to text
>>>> console.
>>>> i915 xorg driver works fantastic. console crashes.
>>>> after the crash this is the result on a fresh system.
>>>> foo# mount_hammer -o ro /dev/ad2s1b /media/R1
>>>> hammer_mount: Missing volume, cannot mount /dev/ad2s1b
>>>> (No header)
>>>> using.
>>>> foo# uname -a
>>>> DragonFlyBSD 2.8.2 (i386)
>>>> using DF 2.8.2 (x86_64) seems not to happen.
>>>> the other hammer functions on x64 work flawless on a full 100Gb driv
> e.

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