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SubjectRe: disk full or not? you decide...


On Wednesday, July 11, 2001 07:10:27 PM -0300 Rik van Riel
<riel@conectiva.com.br> wrote:

> On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Andreas Dilger wrote:
>
>> Note also that on reiserfs, if you have such a process which keeps
>> files open after they are deleted and then you have a crash, the file
>> is "orphaned" and the space is "lost" until you run reiserfsck again.
>> It may be that Chris Mason's patch for this is in the latest kernels,
>> but it may not be, and it might not be in the kernel you are running.
>
> Chris, Hans, is this problem still in the reiserfs
> in the current kernel or has it already been fixed ?

Vladimir Saveliev has a patch that is doing well in internal testing. I
had wanted to intergrate it some nested transaction stuff, but it didn't
have the same advantages as it did under 2.2.x.

They will probably send it out for wider testing very soon.

Just to clarify, you need to have a crash or unclean un
-chris

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