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Old 25th May 2008
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Default FreeBSD Crashes: GEOM_LABEL: Label for provider ad8s1 is ntfs

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When I boot into my FreeBSD 7.0 partition, I am getting the following error which causes the computer to freeze while booting:

GEOM_LABEL: Label for provider ad4s1 is ntfs/MAX_Software
GEOM_LABEL: Label for provider ad8s1 is ntfs/New Volume

Note that my ad8s1 is actually a serial ATA HD which hasn't been properly mounted on the system.

When I try to restart my computer, I get the following error:
acpi: suspend request ignored (not ready yet)
acpi: request to enter state S5 failed (err 6)

What gives?
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You need disable or enable some option in your bios
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Like what? What do I need to disable to ensure that I could log on fine?
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GEOM_LABEL: Label for provider ad4s1 is ntfs/MAX_Software
GEOM_LABEL: Label for provider ad8s1 is ntfs/New Volume

Note that my ad8s1 is actually a serial ATA HD which hasn't been properly mounted on the system.
What do you mean by 'hasn't been properly mounted'? Failed to mount then the system gone to reboot? Or just you couldn't mout it?

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When I try to restart my computer, I get the following error:
acpi: suspend request ignored (not ready yet)
acpi: request to enter state S5 failed (err 6)
So you're trying to 'restart' by power button? Perhaps this can indeed be configured in you bios ACPI section (soft-off mode or something like that).

As a clue to what may have caused that you no longer can boot... I had such a problem once after a power failure which occured while fsck was running. After reboot, the system stalled at HDD recognition (with no meaningful messages). I solved this by booting into single-user mode and performing fsck for all FreeBSD partitions.
BTW, when you finally manage to boot, add 'fsck_y_enable' to your rc.conf - this may help to avoid many hdd/fs-related errors on-boot.
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GEOM_LABEL: Label for provider ad4s1 is ntfs/MAX_Software
GEOM_LABEL: Label for provider ad8s1 is ntfs/New Volume

It just tells you which geom label has been chosen for your devices. Thats no mount or anything else.
You can mount your slices/partitions with these names instead of using the device name like ad4s1.
i would say the problem comes after this messages.
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