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SubjectRe: File System Corruption
Hi,

On Mon, 6 Dec 1999 00:32:37 -0800 (PST), Robert Dinse
<nanook@eskimo.com> said:

> I've seen quite a few posts here with people having problems with
> corrupted file systems, seeking beyond end of device, etc, with 2.2.13.

> I hadn't had any problems this way up until now, but also until recently
> I've been using all SCSI systems, mostly because I am running mostly Sun
> Sparc based systems, but one PC here with IDE just did the following while
> writing tapes:

> DUMP: short read error from /dev/hda8: [block -1970080568]: count=1024, got=0
> DUMP: bread: lseek2 fails!

That's quite normal if you are running dump(8) on an active filesystem.

--Stephen

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