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SubjectRe: KERNEL BUG: assertion failure in reiserfs code
Hello!

On Fri, Jan 10, 2003 at 01:49:37PM +0100, Pascal Junod wrote:

> My /tmp partition is using reiserfs and I get following message when
> copying a large file on it (there is enough room, and fsck.reiserfs says
> everything is ok...). Is this issue known ? My kernel version is the
> linux-2.4.19-gentoo-r10 one.

This is issue is not know, but on the way to 2.4.20 the block allocator in
reiserfs was replaced with another one.

> Jan 10 13:38:34 lasecpc29 kernel: vs-4010: is_reusable: block number is out of range 248999 (248999)

Hm... Very strange. I cannot think off hand have that might happen.
Can you reproduce it somehow?

Thanks for the report

Bye,
Oleg
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