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SubjectRe: EXT3 - freeze ups during disk writes
Hi .. 

I have to say, I had it too .. on my IBook2

On Sun, Dec 02, 2001 at 02:55:04PM +0100, Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
>In article <Pine.LNX.4.33.0112011209190.3893-100000@localhost.localdomain> you wrote:
>> And to
>> clarify the bug, say on a large disk write, the pause isn't constant,
>You should elaborate more on the type of disks writes. Is this a write to a
>single large file, a rename/delte of a large tree, ot generating of a lot of
>files. Cause there is a difference in the meta data and data handling. both
>where known to take too much time in different versions.

at me ..

I kompiled a Ben0 Kernel with ext3 support and then I made tune2fs to
convert ext2 to ext3 partitions by making a .journal - file!

After 45 min after the reboot the ext3 system, the IBook freezes at havy
disk/IO (an untar at OpenOffice source , tar.gz 100MB, Sourcetree
550MB).

The IBook freezed and I reseted it .. but I had to install the whole
system .. the yaboot wasn't able to find a kernel on the / Partition.
(ext3 too) :)

Regards


Jan
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