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SubjectRe: [Linux-NTFS-Dev] ntfs OOPS (2.5.63)

On Wed, 5 Mar 2003, Randy.Dunlap wrote:

> > Could you try to turn on debugging in the NTFS driver (compile option in the
> > menus), then once ntfs module is loaded (or otherwise anytime) as root do:
> >
> > echo -1 > /proc/sys/fs/ntfs-debug
> >
> > Then mount and to the directory changes. Assuming that you get the bug again
> > could you send me the captured kernel log output? (Note there will be
> > massive amounts of output.)
> >
> > The code looks ok and I can't reproduce here so it would be helpful to see
> > if there are any oddities on your partition. Just to make sure it is not the
> > compiler, could you do a "make fs/ntfs/inode.S" and send me that as well?
> >
> > Thanks,
> Anton,
> I'll get to this in another day or so.
> The help text for NTFS_DEBUG says to use 1 to enable it
> or 0 to disable it. What does -1 do?

Same as 1. However I doubt NTFS_DEBUG gives any useful in your case
and if you had some NTFS "oddities" then it would be reproducible.

What would be really useful is to disassemble __ntfs_init_inode what I
asked 2 days ago (note, not the above 'make fs/ntfs/inode.S' because
it will not tell what machine code you have on disk), your .config and
exact CPU version (cat /proc/cpuinfo).


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