NetBSD FSBN Problem
Kinda new here but i am currently having problems with my hard drive/s and NetBSD. As the title suggests the problem is related to an FSBN error.
This is the error message that constantly appears during boot-up and right after i set-up the pkgsrc repository.
"WD0D: Device Fault reading FSBN 0 (wd0 bn0; cn0 tn0 sn0), retrying ixpide:0:0: recall drive fault"
"WD0: dos partition I/O error"
From what i have read and gather it appears that there is a problem with NetBSD recognising the first harddrive.
For general information purposes:
My system has 3 Hard drives:
1st Drive: Crucial 64GB Solid-State
2nd & 3rd Drive: WD Caviar Green
The system is also running multiple OS's, as shown
1st SSD: Boot Parition & Linux LVM
2nd HDD: Linux LVM
3rd HDD: Windows 7, FreeBSD, & NetBSD
None of the other OS's installed have this issue, so i do not believe it is the physical hard drive.
Any help would be great thanks
For some unknow reason NetBSD encounters an fault in reading Block number 0, cylinder 0, track number 0, sector nr 0.
If wd0 is the Crucial SSD drive, it could be NetBSD has some trouble reading that particular SSD.
I think you will have more luck in getting this solved by asking on an NetBSD mailing list or chat channel
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