Originally Posted by Tinkster
I split your post out of the original thread. No need to
re-animate a 2 year old unrelated corpse for this ;}
And as which user were you running fdisk? root?
Also: why do you think you need to run fdisk for
a back-up procedure?
Thanks for the split
If i run fdisk -l as a normal user, I get an error: 'Command Not Found'
If I run fdisk -l as root, I get no output, just a split second pause and then back to the prompt. No output at all.
If I do fdisk /dev/ida/c0d0 then 'p' I get the output I would have expected from fdisk -l.
I'm looking for the block start and end information to be able to rebuild/replace the disk in case of a failure.