Partition(s) present but not detected after panic
(This happened before with rsnapshot, each time the
panic was preceeded by access to the destination
filesystem. Planning to insert
to the backup script to maybe avert the panic
again. If anyone knows of a mount option that
is less prone to the problem, it would be appreciated
(unless the sync's work)
The destination disk, /dev/ad10, I can mount:
"warning, [ ] was not properly dismounted"
but cannot fsck. I can see the subdir's within it when
testdisk does not see /dev/ad10
scan_ffs iirc reports 'device not configured'
So it seems the only thing to do is re-partition, re-newfs
unless someone knows of a bsdlabel-or-similar
partition table recovery tool (for a valid mountable partition
that one cannot fsck nor fdisk nor testdisk...)
fdisk reports 'device not configured'
df shows it mounted and 13 percent in use.
using /LOOKAT/ with /var/db/pkg files and portmaster/aliases/pipes/find/grep to meteorically speedup port upgrades/installs...
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