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Old 19th February 2009
carpman carpman is offline
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Default mount_nullfs: Operation not supported by device

Hello, in my investigation to find out why jail ssh access is failing i find this in logs:

FAIL (wwwuser: mount_nullfs: Operation not supported by device)FAIL (wwwuser: mount_bash: Operation not supported by device)FAIL (wwwuser: mount_nullfs: Operation not supported by device)FAIL (wwwuser: mount_nullfs: Operation not supported by device)
The server is a Dell poweredge 1650 with what i believe is the Dell PERC 3/DC PowerEdge RAID Controller addon card.

From what i can gather it may related to not having nullfs.ko kernel module loaded.

# kldstat
Id Refs Address    Size     Name
 1    3 0xc0400000 3fd3f8   kernel
 2    1 0xc07fe000 68ee4    acpi.ko

Tried loading manually:

kldload -v nullfs.ko
kldload: can't load nullfs.ko: Operation not permitted
Now i assuming this is because i have
What is the best way to get this loaded on reboot with out foobarring a reboot?

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