Joe van Tunen - 2013-04-21

rEFInd's HFS driver complains about "corrupted node" problems but Disk Utility doesn't find any problems with my HFS disks.

Removing rEFInd's HFS driver so that it uses the Mac's EFI HFS driver makes the errors go away.

It also displays these errors (with a few "corrupted node" messages interspersed):
"Error: Volume corrupt while scanning the \ directory"
"Error: Volume corrupt while scanning the EFI directory"
"Error: Volume corrupt while scanning the boot directory"

They repeat a second time. That's probably for another drive I guess. The errors don't say which device is being scanned which would be helpful for debugging.

After I press a key, several more (like 50?) "corrupted node" messages appear. Then the rEFInd text menu appears with all of the boot choices properly listed as expected.

Pressing Escape repeats the scan, and the associated errors so it is consistent.