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Date:      Thu, 23 May 2013 04:52:43 -0700 (PDT)
From:      Jack Mc Lauren <jack.mclauren@yahoo.com>
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Subject:   make release fails
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Hi=0AI'm trying to make my own release ...=0A=0A# cd /usr/src=0A# make buil=
dkernel KERNCONF=3DMYKERN=0A# make -j4 buildworld=0A# cd release/=0A# make =
release NODOC=3DYES NOPORTS=3DYES NOSRC=3DYES=0A=0Aand that's the error whi=
le making release:=0A=0A=0Afind //usr/obj/usr/src/release/dist/doc -empty -=
delete=0Afind: -delete: //usr/obj/usr/src/release/dist/doc: relative path p=
otentially not=0A=A0safe=0A*** [distributeworld] Error code 1=0A=0AStop in =
/usr/src.=0A*** [distributeworld] Error code 1=0A=0AStop in /usr/src.=0A***=
 [base.txz] Error code 1=0A=0AStop in /usr/src/release.=0A*** [release] Err=
or code 1=0A=0AStop in /usr/src/release=0A=0AThese are contents of /etc/src=
.conf file :=0A=0AWITHOUT_BLUETOOTH=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_EXAMPLES=3D"YES"=0AWI=
THOUT_FLOPPY=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_GAMES=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_MAN=3D"YES"=0AWITHOU=
T_MAN_UTILS=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_SHAREDOCS=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_WIRELESS=3D"YES"=
=0AWITHOUT_WIRELESS_SUPPORT=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_AT=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_CALENDAR=
=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_INFO=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_LOCALES=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_ZFS=3D"=
YES"=0AWITHOUT_BSD_CPIO=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_CTM=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_DICT=3D"YES=
"=0AWITHOUT_GDB=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_GNU=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_GROFF=3D"YES"=0AWIT=
HOUT_HTML=3D"YES"=0AWITHOU_INFO=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_LPR=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_MAI=
L=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_PORTSNAP=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_QUOTAS=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_RCS=
=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_SYSINSTALL=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_BIND=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_BIND=
_XML=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_BIND_IDN=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_BIND_SIGCHASE=3D"YES"=0AW=
ITHOUT_BIND_LARGE_FILE=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_FREEBSD_UPDATE=3D"YES"=0AWITHOUT_R=
ESCUE=3D"YES"=0A=0AWhat's wrong with this?=0AThanks in advance
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On Thu, 23 May 2013, Torsten Hantzsche wrote:

> On Thu, 23 May 2013, s m wrote:
>
>
>> thanks,
>> 
>> i do as you said, but after loading gjournal, dd says "operation not
>> permitted".
>> gjournal clear says "operation not permitted" too and therefore "gjournal
>> label" is not done and say previous error (gjournal cannot clear metadata
>> on ad3s1a: operation not permitted). and -v return no extra log.
>> 
>> i don't know why i can not do any thing in fixit mode:(
>> 
>> is this a true procedure? i mean maybe i should do any thing else  because
>> freebsd handbook set journaling for user partition in single user mode not
>> in fixit mode. i test it and it works well, but for root partition i can
>> not do the same because root partition can not be unmount in single user
>> mode.
>> 
>> any hints or comments are really appreciated.
>> thanks in advance
>> 
>
> Hi,
>
> i remember having similar error messages with glabel some years ago.
> The solution was found in "man 4 geom" in section DIAGNOSTICS:
>
> I had to set "kern.geom.debugflags=0x10" to enable the "foot shooting" mode.
>
> Maybe this could help you too?

For certain values of "help". :)

If geom won't let you write to part of a disk, it's because it thinks 
that part of the disk is already in use, usually by a mounted 
filesystem.  Overwriting part of a filesystem is not guaranteed to lose 
data.  But why take the chance?

Better to boot from mfsBSD (http://mfsbsd.vx.sk/).  Possibly better yet 
to use SUJ, which can be enabled with tunefs with the root partition 
mounted read-only in single user mode.  SUJ has its own problems, 
though.



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