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Subject2.6.19: File system corruption "stuck" until device is replugged
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I had USB stick (fat32) that reported file system corruption on mount and
hence was mounted read-only. No amount of umount/dosfsck/mount could make it
rw again. dosfsck reported device as clean but it still would mount ro and I
continued to see directory that had been deleted by the very first dosfsck
run! I unplugged it, looked under Win2k - it was OK - and only then did I
notice that directory claimed as corrupted did not even exist. Replugging
it - mounted OK.

I am not sure if this is a bug or "work as designed". May be this is specific
fat32 problem; still it does not look right?

TIA

- -andrey
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