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SubjectRe: [reiserfs-dev] 2.5.4-pre1: zero-filled files resiserfs
Hello!

On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 11:02:35PM +0100, Alex Riesen wrote:

> The reiserfsck showed up some nasty looking errors:
> shrink_id_map: objectid map shrinked: used 4096, 5 blocks
> grow_id_map: objectid map expanded: used 5120, 5 blocks
> grow_id_map: objectid map expanded: used 10240, 10 blocks
> bad_leaf: block 211482 has wrong order of items
> ...more of that...
> free block count 1326452 mismatches with a correct one 1326458.
> on-disk bitmap does not match to the correct one. 1 bytes differ

Have you mkreiserfs'ed your partition before testing the patch I've sent you?
Or have you at least made a reiserfsck before a test run to ensure,
these corruptions are not from the previous kernels (particularly
bad_leaf: block 211482 has wrong order of items record worries me)

> "reiserfsck --rebuild-tree" cured them without visible damages for now.
> There were some messages about deleted blocks, expanded objectid map,
> shrinked map and one "dir 1 2 has wrong sd_size 120, has to be 152".
> I can send you logs, if needed.
Sure, please do.

> Does the 2.5.4-pre2 contains this patch ?
Yes.

Thank you.

Bye,
Oleg
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