2012/5/15 Steven Chamberlain :
> If a GNU/kFreeBSD ufs root filesystem is dirty (from unclean shutdown),
> the panic below is triggered during the early init scripts. The only
> way to fix it is to use some rescue system (e.g. d-i) to fsck the
> filesystem, marking it clean.
I don't think there's anything userland can do at this point (I
suggest reassigning to kernel). Later on it'd have to ensure that
fsck.ufs is run before remounting read-write, but AFAICS this point
Can you verify that the file system is being mounted read-only?
Is it reproducible with upstream kernel? (kfreebsd-downloader)
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