Just tried the ufs-bit on a memory stick: no worries, worked like a dream.
After a restore I booted OpenBSD 4.2 and forced an fsck in diagnostic-mode and wondered about the errors. Apparently the inode-counts were wrong after the restore. The filesystem, however, had been marked 'clean'.
This could be a Crux 2.7 fault (I ran it using Crux 2.7 with some missing libraries added from Dreamlinux 3.5). I'd compiled Crux with ufs-RW.
The memory-stick was created a while ago using the Canadian quality product OpenBSD 4.2.
After the fsck it worked like before. I ran a few tricky programs off it and
Just thought you'd like to know,
Tom Butz, New Zealand.
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