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SubjectRe: File system Corruption with 2.4.16
On Sat, Dec 01, 2001 at 05:52:39PM -0700, Jeff Merkey wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "J Sloan" <jjs@pobox.com>
> > Just to be positive, can you reproduce the problem without nwfs?
> Yes. The problem shows up on ext2 partitions only.
I destroyed a hard disk yesterday with 2.4.16, using ext3. A heavy load
(compiling The gimp and several other things) and everything came bad, symlinks
didn't work... (for exemple ln -s linux-2.4.17-pre2 linux did a link from linux
to linux either using linux-2.4.17-pre2 and /usr/src/linux-2.4.17-pre2.
> I see this lockup when I have more than one file system mounted at a time. It
> does not happen when only a single volume (superblock) has been mounted, only
> with multiples. Ditto the ext2 corruption. It only shows up when more than one
> superblock is active.
I had only one partition mounted at the moment (/dev/hda1 on / type ext3)

Just in case : debian sid, gcc 2.95.4, everything up to date.


We're living in a dangerous world, since 2.4.10...

Ciao,

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