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SubjectRe: filesystem bug?
BTW, this happens on these filesystems we tried: ext2, ext3, and XFS.

Bryan Whitehead wrote:
> I get this problem all the time here at JPL. I can always get the files
> back by remounting the filesystem.
>
> For example if /dev/sdb1 mounted on /export/project is getting wierd
> "Input/output" errors I can simply run this command:
> mount -o remount /dev/sdb1 /export/project
>
> It's been about a year of these problems... I'll try running the test
> Tsuchiya Yoshihiro made to reproduce. (I have not been able to create a
> test that can consistantly reproduce... but the problem has sure screwed
> up some data-gathering runs in the lab).
>
> These are all on Mandrake kernels though.... (from the 9.0 series). so
> that's 2.4.19+tonOfPatches.
>
> Stephen C. Tweedie wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> On Mon, 2003-12-15 at 09:25, Tsuchiya Yoshihiro wrote:
>>
>>
>>> Following is an Ext2 result and the inode is filled by zero.
>>> I think the inode becomes a badinode.
>>
>>
>>
>>> [root@dell04 tsuchiya]# ls -l
>>> /mnt/foo/ae/dir0/mozilla/layout/html/tests/table/bugs/bug2757.html
>>> ls:
>>> /mnt/foo/ae/dir0/mozilla/layout/html/tests/table/bugs/bug2757.html:
>>> Input/output error
>>
>>
>>
>> "Input/output error" can sometimes mean that the kernel has found a
>> filesystem problem, but it also often indicates a device-layer
>> problem. Is there anything helpful in the kernel logs?
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Stephen
>>
>>
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