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SubjectRe: Trashing ext2 with hdparm

Andre Hedrick wrote:
> No way that this could cause corruption it is a read-only test.

As others pointed out, it's probably something related to shared
memory, but it's definitely hdparm that triggers it. I haven't
got the hdparm sources here to look at what exactly it's doing,
but there is corruption going on, not on disk, but definitely in

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