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/dev Rebuilt During Boot?
Authored by: dsauve on Nov 07, '01 08:04:23PM

I moved mine last weekend and haven't noticed any problems. I did use niload to enter the mounts in Netinfo Manager ... ie

sudo niload -m fstab / < /etc/fstab

There's man pages for "niload" ... I wonder if making NI aware of the mounts solves the problem?



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/dev Rebuilt During Boot?
Authored by: jtk on Nov 14, '01 06:53:17AM

Interesting idea. I had planned on giving it a try, but it looks like the 10.1.1 update automagically fixed the odd behavior on my system. <shrug>

If it happens again, I'll try your fix.



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/dev Rebuilt During Boot?
Authored by: dsauve on Nov 14, '01 07:36:55PM

This morning I rebooted remotely using 'shutdown' and one of my partitions didn't mount. This is the first time I saw this happen. I did a 2nd shutdown and all the mounts booted up fine. I wonder if 'shutdown' is the culprit -- if the reboot process isn't the same as a reboot after selecting Restart from the apple menu.

I only question the command because I noticed that my Display settings are screwed up after a 'shutdown' -- implying that something isn't correctly loaded -- and it requires a clean reboot to get the Displays to show the correct refresh rates, etc.

Point is, the niload trick isn't perfect.

-damon



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/dev Rebuilt During Boot?
Authored by: jtk on Nov 22, '01 01:14:32AM

If /sbin/shutdown is the culprit, then we're back to the "OS X's automounter does funny things with /dev" line again. Maybe someone who follows the Darwin groups, has some free time, and wouldn't mind could float the question and report back...?



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