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Old 10th September 2008
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Default File system not properly dismounted

I got 2 HD in my machine, 40 GB is mounted as / and 150GB is mounted as /data.

Every time I boot the system I see a warning message that /data was not properly dismounted.

Now I don't know whether this message was present when I first booted my system after installed FreeBSD or not. I first came across this message when I was checking boot messages after power failure.

Note: I've not installed 2HD separately, it was present at the time when FreeBSD was installed.

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You should run "fsck" command for /data. And by the way, what type of file system is that?
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Are you perhaps mounting that second disk read-only?? That would prevent FreeBSD from checking it and marking it clean. You need to run a fsck on the filesystem: but we need to know what filesystem it is before we advise you further.
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It is UFS and it is not mounted as read only, anyway problem seems to disappear automatically after 3-4 reboots and I don't seeit any more. I think problem might have been because of power failure and hopefully I wont see it again .
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fsck checks FS in background when you boot system
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killasmurf86,
Just curious, why the hell u need 6.00 GB swap, when you have 2GB RAM and you are running FVWM.http://www.lynucs.org/index.php?scre...173c8&m=screen
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killasmurf86,
Just curious, why the hell u need 6.00 GB swap, when you have 2GB RAM and you are running FVWM.http://www.lynucs.org/index.php?scre...173c8&m=screen
Ah... i was messing with filesystems....
I increased my swap, after once, i had none, and used convert *.jpg *.png (or something like that)
and then suddenly X hanged..... I discovered that i was out of mem....

However now i have 2GB SWAP, which is still a lot.... but at some point i might use it for other purposes, when necessary
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