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SubjectVersion 2.4.1 has ext2 problems.
Files generated by e2fsck in lost+found cannot be removed.

Script started on Fri Feb 2 14:29:55 2001
# df
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/sdc1 6356624 2473924 3559796 41% /
/dev/sdc3 2253284 1373532 765292 64% /home/users
/dev/sda1 1048272 279504 768768 27% /dos/drive_C
/dev/sda5 1046224 181200 865024 17% /dos/drive_D
/dev/sdb1 2020332 1743937 171975 91% /alt
# e2fsck -f /dev/sdd1
e2fsck 1.19, 13-Jul-2000 for EXT2 FS 0.5b, 95/08/09
Pass 1: Checking inodes, blocks, and sizes
Pass 2: Checking directory structure
Pass 3: Checking directory connectivity
Pass 4: Checking reference counts
Pass 5: Checking group summary information
/dev/sdd1: 99/262144 files (0.0% non-contiguous), 8238/524112 blocks
# mount /dev/sdd1 /mnt
# df
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/sdc1 6356624 2473924 3559796 41% /
/dev/sdc3 2253284 1373532 765292 64% /home/users
/dev/sda1 1048272 279504 768768 27% /dos/drive_C
/dev/sda5 1046224 181200 865024 17% /dos/drive_D
/dev/sdb1 2020332 1743937 171975 91% /alt
/dev/sdd1 2063504 8 1958676 0% /mnt
# cd /mnt
# cd lost+found
# ls
#1006 #1329 #1563 #1830 #2051 #2228 #2364 #2602 #362 #587 #73
#1057 #134 #1579 #1856 #2096 #2242 #2373 #2610 #365 #588 #735
#1140 #1344 #1613 #1875 #2114 #2260 #2392 #2612 #433 #591 #76
#1149 #1363 #1634 #1979 #2120 #2263 #24 #2623 #442 #626 #787
#1219 #137 #1654 #1995 #2121 #2264 #2460 #2651 #554 #640 #796
#1241 #1451 #1696 #1997 #2125 #2322 #2496 #30 #556 #667 #816
#1320 #1516 #1733 #200 #2160 #2342 #2497 #301 #57 #715 #818
#1327 #1535 #1758 #2012 #2173 #2353 #2498 #304 #574 #724 #819
# rm *
rm: cannot remove `#1006': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1057': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1140': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1149': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1219': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1241': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1320': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1327': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1329': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#134': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1344': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1363': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#137': Value too large for defined data type
rm: cannot remove `#1451': Value too large for defined data type
[SNIPPED...]

# ls -la
ls: #24: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #30: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #57: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #73: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #76: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #134: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #137: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #200: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #301: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #304: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #362: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #365: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #433: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #442: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #554: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #556: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #574: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #587: Value too large for defined data type
ls: #588: Value too large for defined data type
[SNIPPED...]


total 8
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Feb 2 13:40 .
drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 Feb 2 13:40 ..
# strace rm *
execve("/bin/rm", ["rm", "#1006", "#1057", "#1140", "#1149", "#1219", "#1241", "#1320", "#1327", "#1329", "#134", "#1344", "#1363", "#137", "#1451", "#1516", "#1535", "#1563", "#1579", "#1613", "#1634", "#1654", "#1696", "#1733", "#1758", "#1830", "#1856"
, "#1875", "#1979", "#1995", "#1997", "#200", "#2012", "#2051", "#2096", "#2114", "#2120", "#2121", "#2125", "#2160", "#2173", "#2228", "#2242", "#2260", "#2263", "#2264", "#2322", "#2342", "#2353", "#2364", "#2373", "#2392", "#24", "#2460", "#2496", "#24
97", "#2498", "#2602", "#2610", "#2612", "#2623", "#2651", "#30", "#301", "#304", "#362", "#365", "#433", "#442", "#554", "#556", "#57", "#574", "#587", "#588", "#591", "#626", "#640", "#667", "#715", "#724", "#73", "#735", "#76", "#787", "#796", "#816",
"#818", "#819"], [/* 32 vars */]) = 0
brk(0) = 0x8050318
[SNIPPED extra stuff...]

lstat("#1057", 0xbffff2c0) = -1 EOVERFLOW (Value too large for defined data type)
write(2, "rm: ", 4rm: ) = 4
write(2, "cannot remove `#1057\'", 21cannot remove `#1057') = 21
write(2, ": Value too large for defined da"..., 39: Value too large for defined data type) = 39
write(2, "\n", 1
) = 1
lstat("#1140", 0xbffff2c0) = -1 EOVERFLOW (Value too large for defined data type)
write(2, "rm: ", 4rm: ) = 4
write(2, "cannot remove `#1140\'", 21cannot remove `#1140') = 21
write(2, ": Value too large for defined da"..., 39: Value too large for defined data type) = 39
write(2, "\n", 1
) = 1
lstat("#1149", 0xbffff2c0) = -1 EOVERFLOW (Value too large for defined data type)
write(2, "rm: ", 4rm: ) = 4
write(2, "cannot remove `#1149\'", 21cannot remove `#1149') = 21
write(2, ": Value too large for defined da"..., 39: Value too large for defined data type) = 39
write(2, "\n", 1
) = 1
lstat("#1219", 0xbffff2c0) = -1 EOVERFLOW (Value too large for defined data type)
write(2, "rm: ", 4rm: ) = 4
write(2, "cannot remove `#1219\'", 21cannot remove `#1219') = 21
write(2, ": Value too large for defined da"..., 39: Value too large for defined data type) = 39
write(2, "\n", 1
) = 1
[Snipped...]

# exit
exit

Script done on Fri Feb 2 14:34:46 2001


Cheers,
Dick Johnson

Penguin : Linux version 2.4.1 on an i686 machine (799.53 BogoMips).

"Memory is like gasoline. You use it up when you are running. Of
course you get it all back when you reboot..."; Actual explanation
obtained from the Micro$oft help desk.


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