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    SubjectRe: 2.4.23 && md raid1 && reiserfs panic
    Oleg Drokin (green@linuxhacker.ru) wrote:
    > James Bromberger <james@rcpt.to> wrote:
    >
    > JB> The symptoms: rm a file from a working RAID1 md reiserfs filesystem,
    > JB> and I get a panic, rm(1) segfaults, and all further I/O to any interactive
    > JB> shells stop. The entire system is rednered incapable; reboot (via
    > JB> ctrl-alt-del) doesnt shutdown and the only action is to hard reset the box.
    >
    > What if you run reiserfsck over the volume that seems to be corrupted,
    > then fix the errors and then retry the operation?

    Yes! That was it. Attached is the output I captured from reiserfsck.
    It identified the very file I was attempting to remove that was causing
    the segfault in rm(1).

    So I guess this is a reiserfs specific issue when it kills all disk I/O
    when this correcption happens. Hmm.

    Thanks Oleg for your help.

    James
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    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (904) to the block (616563974)
    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (905) to the block (2538674917)
    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (906) to the block (1226131222)
    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (907) to the block (2721249827)
    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (908) to the block (15941101)
    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (909) to the block (74275561)
    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (910) to the block (3897627755)
    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (911) to the block (2212879009)
    bad_indirect_item: block 1449156: The item [9 24 0x1458e2001 IND (1)] has the bad pointer (912) to the block (1076949926) /167 (of 167)/126 (of 127)bad_indirect_item: block 1361383: The item (76625 76647 0xfa001 IND (1), len 4048, location 48 entry count 0, fsck need 0, format new) has the bad pointer (995) to the block (6306403), which is in tree already finished
    Comparing bitmaps..vpf-10640: The on-disk and the correct bitmaps differs.
    /share/2004-01-30-fileshare-backup.tbzvpf-10670: The file [9 24] has the wrong size in the StatData (2295013376), should be (5466054656)
    vpf-10680: The file [9 24] has the wrong block count in the StatData (0), should be (10675888) finished 16 found corruptions can be fixed when running with --fix-fixable


    Comparing bitmaps..vpf-10630: The on-disk and the correct bitmaps differs. Will be fixed later.
    Checking Semantic tree:
    /fileshare/Documents/pics/standup block pics/standing for block.tifvpf-10680: The file [76625 76647] has the wrong block count in the StatData (12192) - correct/share/2004-01-30-fileshare-backup.tbzvpf-10670: The file [9 24] has the wrong size in the StatData (2295013376) - corrected to (5466054656)
    vpf-10680: The file [9 24] has the wrong block count in the StatData (0) - corrected to (10675800) finished No corruptions found
    There are on the filesystem:
    Leaves 24533
    Internal nodes 168
    Directories 2483
    Other files 62601
    Data block pointers 8767338 (143 of them are zero)
    Safe links 0
    ###########
    reiserfsck finished at Mon Feb 9 08:55:00 2004
    ###########

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