I was wondering if anyone had any ideas for my problem.
I have a computer that was running an older non-open server version
of SCO (probably 3.2v4.0?). The main drive died, and have since
loaded a new drive with SCO Open Server Network System (3.2v4.2).
The problem I'm having is, I can't seem to mount my slave drive
that was being used as a backup hd for the old system.
I've created the device files (/dev/disk2 and /dev/rdisk2).
When I attempt to mount (mount /dev/disk2 /mnt) it says,
"mount: cannot stat '/dev/disk2'" although it *does* echo
the correct "%disk - - - type=W0 unit=1 cyls=989 hds=12 secs=35"
"fsck /dev/disk2" tells me
fsck: cannot determine filesystem type of /dev/disk2
If I run "divvy /dev/disk2" the table comes up with appropriate
starting and ending numbers. The "Type" column says "NON FS"
If I run "fdisk -f /dev/rdisk2" it displays a normal looking
partition with "UNIX" under the "Type" column and "Active" under
the "Status" column.
This drive contains the only known backup of dead drive, any
hints would be greatly appreciated.