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Date:      Sun, 04 Nov 2012 11:44:28 +0100
From:      Bas Smeelen <>
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD 9.1 and SU+J
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On 11/03/2012 07=3A30 PM=2C Herbert J=2E Skuhra wrote=3A
=3E On 03=2E11=2E2012 13=3A48=2C Doug Hardie wrote=3A
=3E=3E I didn=27t notice that journaling is on by default and now dump is=

=3E=3E failing=2E  The only way I can see to disable journaling requires th=
=3E=3E the file system be dismounted=2C or read-only=2E  This is a remote m=
=3E=3E and journaling is on root=2E  Is there any other way that would not=

=3E=3E require me to make a long trip out to the site=3F
=3E This is a task for mfsBSD=3A http=3A//mfsbsd=2Evx=2Esk
Hmm=2C I think you have to make a trip or get some kind of remote console=
over ip=2E
I tried it remote on a 9=2E1-RC2 system that has / /tmp /var and /usr as=20=

seperate partions
For / i can do a mount -o ro / and tunefs -j disable /dev/da0p2 then=20
mount -o rw /
For the /tmp /var and /usr filesystems this does not work bcause hey=20
cannot be remounted ro while they are busy=2E

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