mount /dev/da0s1a once the system has booted. There some filesystem errors regarding missing superblocks which I am unable to resolve on this partition. If I add it to fstab the boot process stops. However I am able to mount it with problems after booting up. I would like to mount it automatically after bootup but don't know how.
fsck tells me that a number of disk sectors could not be read. I am not aware of where to find an alternative superblock, which apparently I need to fix the problem.
Are you seriously saying that the same mount (same device, same mount point, same location) that fails at boot time, later succeeds? And that it is not a mount order problem at boot time (the mount point exists when the file system wants to be mounted)?I have no idea what is causing these errors or how to fix them. The errors do not prevent me mounting the partition after boot up.
df really show that?
fsck error. If I mount after booting, it just mounts. Presumable no
fsck is done then.