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SubjectRe: Blockbusting news, results get worse
Hi!

> By the way some participants in this thread have argued that the block
> should not be replaced by zeroes or random garbage without notice. I fully
> agree. The block should be replaced by zeroes or random garbage WITH
> notice. From the point of view of logging it in the system log, it is
> enough to log it once, it doesn't have to be logged over and over
> again.

It *does* have to be logged over and over. How does disk know system
did not crash between it returning an error and syslog message getting
written?

Pavel
PS: Okay, we should end this thread here.
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