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Re: "bad super block" on a partition
Does this have anything to do with wd0g?
I removed wd0e already, but no, I didn't format it before that
On Feb 16, 2004, at 10:14, Erwin Zbinden wrote:
> Dit you format your new partition?
> If not try:
> newfs wd0e
> Dušan Smolnikar wrote:
>> When I used disklabel to resize my wd0e partition (I had some free
>> space left), I ran into a problem. I could't write to wd0g anymore.
>> I rebooted in hope it fixes the problem, but the wd0g wouldn't mount
>> anymore. Neither would wd0e and wd0f. I get a message "bad super
>> magic number wrong" and get dropped into a shell. I tried using fsck
>> order to search for new magic blocks, but it found none. I tried
>> it "-b 32" as recommended in the manual, but it wouldn't accept that.
>> I removed wd0e and wd0f, but the problem remains. wd0a and wd0d are
>> fine though.
>> so, what am I to do here? Is there a way to atleast get the data from
>> wd0g? I can freely format and reinstall then, but what's on wd0g is
>> really important to me.
>> OpenBSD 3.4, i386
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