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Re: Chaning root filesystem



On 2003-03-19 09:55:54 +0000, Steve Schmitz wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> quick question I couldn't find in the FAQ:
> 
> For some reasons, our file server always tries to use
> sd1a as the root device (should be sd0a). It works fine
> when booting
> 
>   > boot /bsd -a
> 
> and manually entering sd0a as the root device. How can I
> make this permanent, so I can remotely reboot the box
> without a kernel panic over a non-existant root fs?

Sounds like a typo in /etc/fstab.  Try and check that first.

Hope this helps
                                 Morten

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