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Re: hfs+ redux



On Thu, 2005-09-29 at 18:34 -0700, Kim Cascone wrote:
> On Sep 29, 2005, at 3:33 PM, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
> >>
> >
> > Hosed, how so ?
> it won't mount on the OS X machine nor does Disk Utils recognize it 
> when I try to 'repair' it...
> 
> > what does Disk Utils says specifically ? I mount HFS+
> > partitions regulary here without problems. However, make sure it's not
> > journaled.
> hmmmm...aren't both HFS+ and ext3 journaled filesystems by default?

No. HFS+ has a special option at formatting time for journal. It's been
the default on recent OS X though, but it can be disabled. I always take
care of not enabling HFS+ journaling, that might be the cause of the
problem, but it's indeed a bit "harsh" if we are indeed causing the
drive to no longer be recognized in OS X just by mounting it.

> >  Also, OS X has a new "HFSX" that may have issues with linux
> > support, I haven't tried.
> I don't have that option when formatting in DU/OS X

Ok.

> > I wonder if you are simply having firewire problems, difficult to 
> > say...
> I've tried this on two dual boot Apple boxes: a G3 iMac DV and a G3 
> iBook 500MHz...when booted into Linux they both recognized the HFS 
> drive but then when mounting that same drive on a machine in OS X it 
> was unreadable...

Ok.

> >
> > Do you see any error in linux dmesg ?
> when I have the HFS+ drive mounted? I don't know I didn't so this...

Yes, check please.

Ben.




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