could not mount drive on boot, error...
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 16:40:37 -0500
I rebooted my server and on boot up I received an error that ...
couldn't find matching file system: LABEL=/home1
I was able to edit the /etc/fstab and rem out the line that mounts /home1, I
then did a reboot, and was able to boot up correctly.
If I did a mount -a I got the error...
mount: special device LABEL=/home1 does not exist
When I did a ...
mount /dev/hdb1 /home1
It mounted fine, with no errors.
Any one have any ideas???
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