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SubjectRe: [2.5.69] ext3 error: rec_len %% 4 != 0
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Andrew Morton <akpm@digeo.com> writes:

> Are you using htree? Run
>
> dumpe2fs -h /dev/hda1 | grep features
>
> and if it says "dir_index" then try turning it off:
>
> tune2fs -O ^dir_index /dev/hda1
>
> and reboot.

No dir_index here, sorry.

> If it is not an htree problem (and htree seems pretty stable now)
> then possibly the IO system has lost some data. If possible, try
> using a normal old disk (no RAID).

Sorry, that's not possible, the data does not fit onto a single
disk. 8-(

> Falling back to ext2 for a while would be interesting.

Okay, will fallback to ext2 next time a reboot is required. (I guess
removing the has_journal feature using tune2fs is the easiest way to
do this, after a clean unmount, of course.)
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