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SubjectRe: corruption

On Sun, 3 Dec 2000, Andrew Morton wrote:

> It appears that this problem is not fixed.

Sure, it isn't. Place where the shit hits the fan: fs/buffer.c::unmap_buffer().
Add the call of remove_inode_queue(bh) there and see if it helps. I.e.

ed fs/buffer.c <<EOF

Linus, could you apply that? We are leaving the unmapped buffers on the
inode queue. I.e. every truncate_inode_pages() leaves a lot of junk around.
Now, guess what happens when we destroy the last link to inode that nobody
keeps open...

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