Lennert Buytenhek wrote:
> I reinstalled the machine anyway but made copies of all filesystems (using
> The image I ran xfs_check on was made while the fs was unmounted.
> (I must say I'm beginning to suspect hardware problems..)
Might be a good place to start... it appears you did lose some directory inodes.
Most the errors are the orphaned inodes.
You do have some bad magic errors which suggest either blocks
got scribbled over by incorrect data (at this point that probably isn't the
or your drive is failing and either not writing correct what it was told or
it is reading bad block and making stuff up and it goes along :-)
> On Mon, Apr 30, 2001 at 02:28:46PM -0400, Russell Cattelan wrote:
> > Mike Burger wrote:
> > Do you know what was going on when the system crashed?
> > Try running xfs_check on the device containing /usr
> > send us the output.
> > It will give a lot of warnings if the FS in mounted but it might
> > give us and idea of what is going on.
> > the other option is to wade around with xfs_db but I really don't want
> > to getting into that just yet.
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