Updating boot support partitions for the volume updating library files dreamweaver
I typed ln -s libntfs.9.0.0.dylib libntfs.9.dylib to create a link to the file where the ntfsfix program expected it and thereafter the ntfsfix command works as it should.
Something seems to have broken in OS X 10.10 Yosemite, but it just requires a quick link to work.
There are many step-by-step guides on the internet that explain how to add an SSD to an existing Mac, and create a 'Fusion Drive' that has the speed of an SSD, but also the capacity of a Hard Drive.
All these guides fall short in one way that was important to me.
So I tried running sudo /usr/local/bin/ntfsfix as suggested (I had used Disk Utility’s ‘info’ function to identify the drive as /dev/disk5s1), only to encounter this: I updated various ports I thought might help but to no avail.
Finally I looked inside /usr/local/lib/ and discovered that I have a file called libntfs.9.0.0.dylib but not libntfs.9.dylib.
This message occurs every time I run first aid on the RAID 1 volume, even if I run it a minute before. Is it safe to use Disk Utility's First Aid on Soft Raid volumes?
Verify and Repair volume “xxxxxxxx”Repairing file system.** /usr/local/bin/ntfsfix has been disabled because of volume corruption issues.
Hi, I am running OSX 10.11.3, RAID 1 with an external Thunderbay enclosure.
When I use apple's Disk Utility and run First Aid to check my raid volume, I always get a message "updating boot support partitions for the volume as required".
** If you still want to try fixing your volume, use /usr/local/bin/ntfsfix from the command line… Updating boot support partitions for the volume as required. Back up as many of your files as possible, reformat the disk, and restore your backed-up files.
Plugging it into my Windows 7 Virtual Machine didn’t let me do anything to fix it.