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TRU64 mountroot not found

admin1979
Super Advisor

TRU64 mountroot not found

Hello,

We have TRU64 system : Digital UNIX V4.0F.

Recently we had a problem accessing the external disk array.
Hence brought down the system and replaced the disk array.
Now we require to renumber the softlinks w.r.t its data domain.
Hence we booted the system into single user.
>>boot -fl s

In order to modify the contents of /etc/fdmns/data_domain we have to remove the existing links and point it to new address.
But the filesystem mounted is readonly.

I tried the command mountroot but it is not found.

>/sbin/mountroot command not found.

Kindly suggest.


Thanx,
Admin
3 REPLIES
admin1979
Super Advisor

Re: TRU64 mountroot not found

We have another problem.
We tried to attach the disk array to another system and tried booting the system.
At the single user mode, I can see the disks are being detected.
Lets say at B1 L0 T0 but when I tried to do disklabel -r rz8c , it showed as rz8c could not be found.
Is there anything I have to do extra to get it detected by the new system?

Please help.
John Manger
Valued Contributor

Re: TRU64 mountroot not found

Q1 : Mountroot does not exist in V4. Use mount -u / instead.

Q2 : does scu see the disk(s) ? Try 'scu scan edt', then 'scu show edt'. Also you don't tell us what type of array it is, or what the second system is running .... maybe it doesnt support or recognise the storage ?

John M
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admin1979
Super Advisor

Re: TRU64 mountroot not found

Prob is though I could mount / but now there has been a domain panic. Hence i opened new thread. Here is a link,

maybe you can help please.

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/System-Administration/domain-panic/m-p/4760558#M12267