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Re: WARNING: /mnt was not properly unmounted
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Peter Hessler wrote:
> How are you rebooting? I do it by `shutdown -r now`, and I have also had
> success with `reboot`, and `halt -r`.
I use reboot as well. It's not the rebooting that's causing the
problem, apparently, it's never flagged clean. I get the "Automatic boot
in progress: Starting File System Checks", and fsck runs on /dev/wd0a.
After it is done, I get the "Marking Filesystem Clean" message, (the boot
process tells me the other slices are clean and does not fsck them).
In other words, everytime I reboot (using "reboot"), /dev/wd0a
does not get flagged clean, and still thinks its label is /mnt (even though
it gets mounted as / correctly).
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Ted Unangst wrote:
> run fsck -fy
Booting from cdrom33.fs and cdrom34.fs and running "fsck -fy
/dev/wd0a", I get:
cannot alloc 29675522 bytes for lncntp
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