Live 0.94.4 boot



  • During the boot pfsense finds config.xml on usb drive but later when runing some .inc script complains that it can't find /cf/conf/config.xml when looking for it.

    Is it possible that config.xml gets deleted during boot? (config.xml if from 0.90)



  • @mpapec:

    During the boot pfsense finds config.xml on usb drive but later when runing some .inc script complains that it can't find /cf/conf/config.xml when looking for it.

    Is it possible that config.xml gets deleted during boot? (config.xml if from 0.90)

    This has been fixed.  It's cosmetic.



  • @sullrich:

    @mpapec:

    During the boot pfsense finds config.xml on usb drive but later when runing some .inc script complains that it can't find /cf/conf/config.xml when looking for it.

    Is it possible that config.xml gets deleted during boot? (config.xml if from 0.90)

    This has been fixed.  It's cosmetic.

    Which version is this fixed in?  I also tried 0.94.4 and it looks like it wipes everything on my flash when it boots, not just the config.xml.



  • @luvrig:

    @sullrich:

    @mpapec:

    During the boot pfsense finds config.xml on usb drive but later when runing some .inc script complains that it can't find /cf/conf/config.xml when looking for it.

    Is it possible that config.xml gets deleted during boot? (config.xml if from 0.90)

    This has been fixed.  It's cosmetic.

    Which version is this fixed in?  I also tried 0.94.4 and it looks like it wipes everything on my flash when it boots, not just the config.xml.

    0.94.8



  • It seems that error is still there,
    Now "fopen" can't open /conf/config.xml and config.xml gets wiped from floppy.

    btw,
    df -h outputs strange mounts,

    
    Filesystem              Size    Used   Avail Capacity  Mounted on
    /dev/iso9660/pfSense     36M     36M      0B   100%    /
    devfs                   1.0K    1.0K      0B   100%    /dev
    /dev/md0.uzip            74M     64M    4.2M    94%    /usr
    /dev/md1                 31M    958K     27M     3%    /var
    /dev/md2                 19M     10K     18M     0%    /tmp
    /dev/md3                 19M    2.1M     15M    12%    /etc
    /dev/md4                 19M     16K     18M     0%    /root
    /dev/fd0                1.4M     10K    1.4M     1%    /tmp/mnt/cf
    /tmp/mnt/cf             1.4M     10K    1.4M     1%    /cf/conf
    /tmp/mnt/cf             1.4M     10K    1.4M     1%    /conf
    
    

    /dev/fd0 device is on /tmp/mnt/cf, that's fine,
    but /tmp/mnt/cf is twice mounted later as a device..
    Should that be some kind of mount loopback, or something went wrong?

    pfsense is live 0.94.10



  • @mpapec:

    df -h outputs strange mounts,

    
    Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
    /dev/iso9660/pfSense 36M 36M 0B 100% /
    devfs 1.0K 1.0K 0B 100% /dev
    /dev/md0.uzip 74M 64M 4.2M 94% /usr
    /dev/md1 31M 958K 27M 3% /var
    /dev/md2 19M 10K 18M 0% /tmp
    /dev/md3 19M 2.1M 15M 12% /etc
    /dev/md4 19M 16K 18M 0% /root
    /dev/fd0 1.4M 10K 1.4M 1% /tmp/mnt/cf
    /tmp/mnt/cf 1.4M 10K 1.4M 1% /cf/conf
    /tmp/mnt/cf 1.4M 10K 1.4M 1% /conf
    
    

    /dev/fd0 device is on /tmp/mnt/cf, that's fine,
    but /tmp/mnt/cf is twice mounted later as a device..
    Should that be some kind of mount loopback, or something went wrong?

    It is mount_nullfs. Could you post the `mount' output?



  • here ..

    
    /dev/iso9660/pfSense on / (cd9660, local, read-only)
    devfs on /dev (devfs, local)
    /dev/md0.uzip on /usr (ufs, local, read-only)
    /dev/md1 on /var (ufs, local)
    /dev/md2 on /tmp (ufs, local)
    /dev/md3 on /etc (ufs, local)
    /dev/md4 on /root (ufs, local)
    /dev/fd0 on /tmp/mnt/cf (msdosfs, local)
    /tmp/mnt/cf on /cf/conf (nullfs, local)
    /tmp/mnt/cf on /conf (nullfs, local)
    
    

    and all files on floppy get wiped  :o



  • Just fixed by Scott. See http://cvstrac.pfsense.com/tktview?tn=703,6. Hopefully there will not be the problem in next release.


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