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Date:      Wed, 8 Feb 2012 07:32:31 -0500 (EST)
From:      Darrel <levitch@iglou.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   [solved]:  journal timestamp
Message-ID:  <alpine.GSO.2.00.1202080729230.5713@shell1>
In-Reply-To: <alpine.GSO.2.00.1111200756430.29699@shell1>
References:  <alpine.GSO.2.00.1111200756430.29699@shell1>

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> An amd64 running fbsd9-RC1 was shutdown overnight from the 'shutdown
> -p now' command.  It reported an unclean shutdown and I ran 'fsck
> -y'.  Still it will not boot and the message is "Journal timestamp
> does not match fs mount time".
>
> This is occurring for both /var and /usr.
>

Sporadic episodes of dd, mount, fsck and the like produced no results- 
apparently if the journal is out of sync then FreeBSD offers no utility to 
fix it.

With a new disk and install of FreeBSD9 then I could mount ufs /usr 
read-only and copy files to the new installation and then with 'zfs list' 
created a mount-point for the zfs disk and copied those files as well.

Darrel



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