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SubjectHELP! ext2 errors... :-(
Hello everyone,

I've been trying to fight some painful ext2 errors for quite some time. At
first I was having them on SCSI, so I temporarily transferred files over to IDE
but I'm still losing this battle...

The system is running 2.0.35 SMP, on a SuperMicro P6DBE, using dual 400Mhz
P-II, and 512Mb ram.

The errors occur only on a partition which has a very large number of
directories and files... over 12,000 directories under one main /homes
directory, and each of these directories have db files and a couple underlying
directories.

I've adjusted the max number of inodes in the system, thinking that might have
been the cause of my problems, but no luck...

Here are the types of errors I see in messages:
free_one_pmd: bad directory entry 00000029
free_one_pmd: bad directory entry 08cea798
hdc: dma_intr: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }
hdc: dma_intr: error=0x84 { BadSector DriveStatusError }, LBAsect=11258246,
sector=11257940
hdc: dma_intr: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }
hdc: dma_intr: error=0x84 { BadSector DriveStatusError }, LBAsect=11258246,
sector=11257940
When it was with the scsi, I was getting inode errors...
Can someone shed some light!?? How can I dig deeper to try to find out what's
going on?

Also, I've been seeing a lot of "Unable to load interpreter" errors... would
anyone know if that's related to the perl interpreter?

Thanks
Ricardo

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