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Old 18th May 2008
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Smile Help me Please how to a Created solaris UFS slice anyone ?


i have made 3 UFS Disks Slices using
fdisk From Open Solaris.

i keep getting invalid arguments or something like that
when trying to mount In BSD.

i had used this line in fstab file of FreeBSD

/dev/sd4s1 /goodies ufs rw 0 0

Even tried sd4s1a that was there

i made the directory mkdir /goodies

when i did ls /dev/sd*
i found sd4 and sd4a

It just would not mount at all on FreeBSD.
and since i was unable to read them even in UFS explorer on Vista.

i panicked and reinstalled Open Solaris to make sure my drives are ok.

They are fine Whew!

Please give me an example line of how to add a slice of UFS for BSD.

Here is a portions of my Vfstab from solaris and the available slices
that i have mounted on a solaris box

/dev/dsk/c6d1s0 - /crap ufs - no rw
/dev/dsk/c4d0s0 - /goodies ufs - no rw
/dev/dsk/c5d0s0 - /whatever ufs - no rw

# old-info for ntfs drives only before /dev/dsk/c2d1p1 - /crap ntfs -no ro


Thank You ever so much

Last edited by whispersGhost; 18th May 2008 at 04:35 PM.
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