[TuxOnIce-users] "TuxOnIce: Unable to find a signature. Could you have moved a swap file?"
nix at esperi.org.uk
Sat Sep 18 13:39:13 UTC 2010
On 18 Sep 2010, Nigel Cunningham stated:
> On 18/09/10 11:33, Nix wrote:
>> (now my only problem is that I mkswapped it. Blast. Time to reload
>> 20Gb of music, I suppose.)
> Oh dear :(
Stupid of me. I saw 'FAT32' in the fdisk output and paniced, something
horrible has happened to my partition table! but, no, it was my iPod's
partition table all along. Foolishness is, as they say, its own reward.
> Do you have an explicit resume=? If not, TuxOnIce's scanning should
> have found the partition anyway, IIRC.
Once upon a time it didn't, so I added
I've just taken that out again. That's the last absolute disk device
reference anywhere on my system, I think/hope.
btw, ToI saved my bacon when I rebooted just now. I forgot to say
noresume, and the old swap partition from the last failed-resume boot
[ 7.088360] TuxOnIce: Image found.
[ 7.288059] Using dev_t 8:2, returned by blk_lookup_fs_info.
[ 7.503207] Last mount time for dm-0 has changed!
[ 7.608382] Last mount time for sdb1 has changed!
[ 7.721209] Last mount time for dm-2 has changed!
[ 7.835114] Last mount time for dm-1 has changed!
[ 7.948133] Last mount time for dm-4 has changed!
[ 8.053115] TuxOnIce: File system mount time checks failed. Refusing to corrupt your filesystems!
So, thank you! That would have been the corruption from hell, since the
system had been running for a day in the middle doing all sorts of
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