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    SubjectRe: ext2 corruption in 2.0.33
    	I, for one, have experienced ext2 corruption in 2.0.33 multiple
    times. After reinstalling a bare system (again and again) and performing
    a very large number of downloads / compiles / fs access it
    invariably gives me ext2 block errors. Unfortunately I don't have the
    exact errors to copy down, but even after fsck'ing and trying to salvage
    as much as I can I still lose a large amount of data. I wish I knew how
    I could trace this bug better; it is why I am avoiding 2.0.33 right now.

    My system:
    Intel Pentium Pro 200MHz
    3.1GB WD33100 HD
    Adaptec 2940UW SCSI Card
    96M RAM

    Steven Engelhardt
    sengelha@uiuc.edu
    http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/sengelha

    The more you say, the less people remember. The fewer the words, the
    greater the profit.
    -- Felelon


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