[PC-BSD Testing] Invalid fdisk partition table

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.com
Mon Feb 22 09:48:08 PST 2010


On 02/19/2010 22:38, finid at linuxbsdos.com wrote:
>> On 02/19/2010 04:23, finid at linuxbsdos.com wrote:
>>>
>>> I've tried installing RC2 on ZFS, but each time the installation failed
>>> towards the end with an "invalid fdisk partition table found" error. Has
>>> any body succeeded in installing any of the releases successfully on
>>> ZFS?
>>>
>>> --
>>> Fini Decima
>>
>> I have 3 systems here, all running on ZFS :)
>>
>> I'll need more details, what type of file-system layout you creating?
>> Can you send me the /tmp/.pc-sysinstall/pc-sysinstall.log file? Or at
>> the very minimum, when it fails in the GUI, click on "more details",
>> scroll to the end and give me an idea of what error its really reporting
>> :)
>>
>
> Here's the error report from the end of the "more details" window:
>
> ========
> Running: zfs set mountpoint=legacy ad4s1a
>
> Cannot unmount 'mnt': Device busy
>
> Error 1: zfs set mountpoint=legacy ad4s1a
>
> Running: umount -f /mnt
>
> Running: umount /cdmnt-install
> ========
>
> Note: all I did was change the file system type on the default partitions
> from UFS+S to ZFS.
>
> --
> Fini Decima
>

I was able to duplicate this on RC2 here, should be fixed up in 
8.0-Release now. /mnt wasn't getting unmounted properly sometimes after 
doing a check for upgradable partitions.


-- 

Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software
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