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Hello, I am looking for some assistance in mounting an nfs drive on boot, on a Solaris 11 machine.
On my Solaris 9/10 machines, I have an entry for my nfs mount in /etc/vfstab, however when I add the same entry to my vfstab on Solaris 11, the drive will not mount on boot. After booting up, I... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: bstring
I am trying to install Solaris x86 using the Jumpstart server. I run the add_install_client command with appropriate options, and reboot my x86 Target box. The installation starts fine and unattended. After the installation completes and the target goes for a re-boot, it does not boot from the HDD... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: hemalsid
3. Boot Loaders
I have kubuntu on my laptop and now I decided to switch to Windows 7. I made the bios settings properly (first choice is boot from cd\vd) but I see the error
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Discussion started by: rpf
SCO Unix 5.0.6 doesn't boot due to this problem:
not a directory
boot not found
stage 1 boot failure: error loading hd (40)/boot
Knows someone howto solve it? (16 Replies)
Discussion started by: ccc
Everytime a reboot my machine "hostB" I have to mount a shared (with machine "hostA" ) NFS folder giving this command
sudo mount hostA:/sharedFolder /sharedFolder
How to use fstab in order to do this automatically?
I should say
hostA:/sharedFolder /sharedFolder ... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: manustone
Hi once more :p
Yesterday I reinstalled Solaris OS and now I can not mount pcfs HDD
SunOS unknown 5.10 Generic_142901-03 i86pc i386 i86pc
and what has been added in /etc/vfstab is
/dev/dsk/c1t0d0p1:c - /podaci - pcfs - yes rw
But as I said , my disk is... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: solaris_user
I'm running solaris 2.5.1. My main development server is DEAD, i can't even boot off the cdrom, it powers up, acts like it is starting the boot process but then says cannot find boot device. I've done the search here on this site and saw the other posts, but at the ok prompt it won't even let me... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: kymberm
When I installed the SOLARIS 10 OS first time, the desktop would not start up, this was because of network setup. Reinstalled worked. After a week due to some problem I had to reinstall OS, installation went fine and but when i reboot I get this error.
cannot find mis/krtld
boot error loading... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: johncy_j
9. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am running EWS-UX/V (Rel 4.2) on NEC EWS/4800/330 station and I am having problems rebooting my station : I am getting the following message on display : BOOT : PANIC : File size out of range.
According to user guide, this error is occuring when a file exceeding the limit and/or... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: fredo
FSFREEZE(8) System Administration FSFREEZE(8)
fsfreeze - suspend access to a filesystem (Linux Ext3/4, ReiserFS, JFS, XFS)
fsfreeze -f mountpoint
fsfreeze -u mountpoint
fsfreeze suspends and resumes access to an filesystem
fsfreeze halts new access to the filesystem and creates a stable image on disk. fsfreeze is intended to be used with hardware RAID devices
that support the creation of snapshots.
fsfreeze is unnecessary for device-mapper devices. The device-mapper (and LVM) automatically freezes filesystem on the device when a snap-
shot creation is requested. For more details see the dmsetup(8) man page.
The mount-point argument is the pathname of the directory where the filesystem is mounted. The filesystem must be mounted to be frozen
Print help and exit.
This option requests the specified a filesystem to be frozen from new modifications. When this is selected, all ongoing transac-
tions in the filesystem are allowed to complete, new write system calls are halted, other calls which modify the filesystem are
halted, and all dirty data, metadata, and log information are written to disk. Any process attempting to write to the frozen
filesystem will block waiting for the filesystem to be unfrozen.
Note that even after freezing, the on-disk filesystem can contain information on files that are still in the process of unlinking.
These files will not be unlinked until the filesystem is unfrozen or a clean mount of the snapshot is complete.
This option is used to un-freeze the filesystem and allow operations to continue. Any filesystem modifications that were blocked by
the freeze are unblocked and allowed to complete.
Written by Hajime Taira.
This man page based on xfs_freeze. One of -f or -u must be supplied to fsfreeze.
The fsfreeze command is part of the util-linux package and is available from ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/.
util-linux May 2010 FSFREEZE(8)