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Default mount: /dev/ad1s1d : Operation not permitted

Hi all,

Well the title subject says it all. I inserted another disk into my FreeBSD server and it gives this error when trying to mount it. It is really strange.
I followed the "procedure" by using first fdisk from sysinstall, exit sysinstall, enter sysinstall again and labeling it.

Any help? Thank you very much
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How are you trying to mount the disk - /etc/fstab, as normal user or as root?
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you need to mount it as root....
also, you need to specify file system, if you are mounting filesystem other than USF

for example
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sudo mount -t ext2fs /dev/da1s1d /mnt
[code]
if ain't got sudo installed and configured, you need to use su to get root access
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I am trying to mount it as root of course and using the command mount, and as I mentioned in 1st post I used sysinstall for preparing the disk: it is in UFS format.
I searched on the net but didn't find a solution.
Any help? Thank you.
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Can you give us the command line you used? What's the output of
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bsdlabel /dev/ad1s1
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Here it is:

Code:
# bsdlabel /dev/ad1s1
# /dev/ad1s1:
8 partitions:
#        size   offset    fstype   [fsize bsize bps/cpg]
  c: 240107427        0    unused        0     0         # "raw" part, don't edit
  d: 240107427        0    4.2BSD     2048 16384 28552
Thanks for your interest
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well, since you used Sysinstall to prepare it, it won't hurt to format it again, onlythistime use newfs
Code:
newfs -U /dev/ad1s1
and try again
[this might sound stupid, but maybe you accidentally skipped this step]
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Very strange:
Code:
# newfs -U /dev/ad1s1
newfs: /dev/ad1s1: failed to open disk for writing
[root@joscar /usr/home/crsn]# df -h
Filesystem     Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on
/dev/ad0s1a    496M    129M    328M    28%    /
devfs          1.0K    1.0K      0B   100%    /dev
/dev/ad0s1e    496M     24K    456M     0%    /tmp
/dev/ad0s1f    103G     76G     19G    80%    /usr
/dev/ad0s1d    1.9G    101M    1.7G     6%    /var
/dev/ad1s1d    111G    4.0K    102G     0%    /mnt
[root@joscar /usr/home/crsn]# touch /mnt/test
[root@joscar /usr/home/crsn]# ls /mnt
.snap   test
I dont understand. It was giving that error and now it is mounted. I am very confused. And no, there is not any other person accessing that machine, only exists me there.

I added it to /etc/fstab and rebooted the machine. Everything works fine

Thanks all for yor interest and help,

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your problem probably was, that you didn't format your partition



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well, since you used Sysinstall to prepare it, it won't hurt to format it again, onlythistime use newfs
Code:
newfs -U /dev/ad1s1
and try again
[this might sound stupid, but maybe you accidentally skipped this step]
ups, sorry mate, i somehow misssed d
what i mean was newfs -U /dev/ad1s1d

This, works for you, but as i heard it is recommended to use labels....
i suggest (optional) you label that slice, and make new fs again..... (and correct fstab)
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