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SubjectRe: ext2fs corruption again
David Rees wrote:
> It's not just the disks made in Hungary, I've had 3 IBM drives go bad on me
> in the last week after 3-4 months of operation 2 15GB 75GXPs made in
> Thailand (bad sectors), 1 40GB 40GV also made in Thailand (started making
> bad scratching noise, BIOS wouldn't detect it after that). Still have a
> number of the 75GXPs in service, but I'm keeping my eye on them.
>
> Kristian's problem looks like it could be hardware problems of some sort
> leading to corruption.

I think so. Someone send me a link where there was described that especially
that 75 GB drives are causing such severe corruption.

But that drives seem to have these errors from the beginning. I just putted off
the packaging yesterday of that 75 GB drive. Mostly that errors occured when the
disk was totally off for a moment and only on my root-partition.

Is it possible to detect which file currently own a specific inode ?

Thanks anyway.

Kristian
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