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Date:      Fri, 06 Jul 2007 23:00:21 -0400
From:      nawcom <nawcom@nawcom.com>
To:        tls@panix.com
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Safely mount OS X UFS filesystem?
Message-ID:  <468F01C5.4070108@nawcom.com>
In-Reply-To: <20070707023700.GA11829@panix.com>
References:  <20070707023700.GA11829@panix.com>

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i usually use the ufstype=openstep for darwin ufs filesystems, they seem 
to work just fine.
-Ben

Thor Lancelot Simon wrote:
> Can I, on a system running FreeBSD 6.2 or -current, safely mount a
> UFS filesystem created (and used) on Mac OS 10.4.10?  These filesystems
> are UFS1 (at fslevel 3) with big-endian datastructures in the metadata,
> 4k blocks and 1k fragments, and a few minor oddities in their layout;
> they are pretty much exactly the UFS NeXT used on their workstations.
>
> If so, Will such a filesystem be safe to mount under OS X after I use it
> on FreeBSD?
>
> I seem to be able to mount these under NetBSD though the snapshot code
> complains that inodes 64 and 16384 are not dedicated to snapshots.
>
>   




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