[PC-BSD Testing] Installation error subject to MBR

Serghey Suvorov serghey.suvorov at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 13:49:17 PDT 2011


Hi,

1) No, I didn't.
2) I took notice that information about MBR is absent in that strings.
But my experiments showed this connection. Maybe I'll repeat this
with your detailed instructions?

Regards, Serghey.

On 29 August 2011 22:03, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org> wrote:

> **
> On 08/27/11 09:05, Serghey Suvorov wrote:
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Comp configuration: CPU P4 650 model; MB ASUS P5GD1Pro with on-board ICH6
> sound;
> NVIDIA 9400 GT; 4GB DDR-SDRAM; HD0 (WinXP/C, WinXP/D, Scientific Linux),
> HD1 (WinXP/E, PCBSD).
>
> Installation: PCBSD9.0-BETA1.5-x64-DVD.iso, ZFS, GNOME, NVIDIA,
> Base-Devel, Base-l18N; sys.lang=En, keyb=default.
>
> The attached *.zip contains 3 files.
>
> 1MBR.dat is MBR in HD1 after full ntfs-formatting; partition deletion;
> and creation of 2 primary partitions: 1st with ntfs, and 2nd without
> formatting. PCBSD was installed on 2nd partition without problems.
>
> 2MBR.dat is the MBR after deletion PCBSD partition (which had been
> installed before), and creation the primary one without formatting.
> PCBSD installation on that partition was halted.
> 3rd file contains the report.
>
> These MBRs are different in 2 bytes in FreeBSD range.
>
> Main: the same error had occured, when I had installed
> PCBSD over already installed one without preceding its deletion.
>
> The check experiments were realized with the same results.
>
> Best regards
> Serghey
>
>
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> Thanks for the error report!
>
> In this particular error, the MBR doesn't seem to have anything to do with
> it. The real error message is in the logfile here:
>
> Running: umount /dev/ada1s2a
> umount: unmount of /mnt/boot failed: Device busy
> EXITERROR: Error 1: umount /dev/ada1s2a
>
>
> I'm trying to duplicate this, but haven't been able to so far. The second
> time you loaded the system, did you have xterm open or anything running in
> /mnt while the install was going?
>
>
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