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ben_pm

Cannot mount volume with Read-Write permissions

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Hi,

After a system crash, we are now unable to mount 2 volumes with RW permissions. When mounting, after about 15 seconds I get the error: "A problem was encountered while trying to mount the selected volume"

In the console, I get those messages:

2/2/11 12:14:07 PM SANmp Client[448] *** WARNING: The function NSRunAlertPanelRelativeToWindow is deprecated. It will be removed in a future release and should no longer be used.

2/2/11 12:14:07 PM SANmp Client[448] *** WARNING: Method runModalForWindow:relativeToWindow: in class NSApplication is deprecated. It will be removed in a future release and should no longer be used.

2/2/11 12:14:07 PM SANmp Client[448] *** WARNING: Method beginModalSessionForWindow:relativeToWindow: in class NSApplication is deprecated. It will be removed in a future release and should no longer be used.

We tried with multiple machines, the 2 volumes still mount perfectly in Read-Only but never in Read-Write.

I did a Cleanup Dead Usage: no change. Also tried a Reset Database without any success.

When we try to mount, the FSCK_HFS process do not even start.

What would be the next step? We already saw that kind of behavior but the FSCK_HFS process would run and eventually the volume would mount in RW. The "workaround" we had was to move all the data and re-format/convert the volume to get the RW access back but it takes a lot of time and available disk space.

Hopefully, there will be other solutions?

Thanks,

Ben

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