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Comment 3 Robert Trace 2012-04-16 00:21:40 UTC I have a filesystem that exhibits the problem in the original mailing-list post: EXT4-fs (dm-3): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. All my > virtual disks use Virtio, cache mode 'none' (yeah, I know), I/O mode > 'native', with raw LVM volumes as backend. bigalloc; do you know if it's been resolved? Join Date Oct 2008 Beans 323 DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Re: [SOLVED] file system error in sda3 block bitmap not in group Hi, i got a similar problem.

Thanks Joseph Mark Deneen (mdeneen) wrote on 2015-03-09: #19 Download full text (8.5 KiB) This happened to me here as well. I have already tried to minimize the IO on the / partition, by having some of the folders being mounted as tmpfs. [email protected]:/tmp$ mount -l /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,noatime,nodiratime,errors=remount-ro) For me, kernels 3.13, 3.19, and 4.2 (all variants of linux mint 17.x) create this issue with intel SSD drive 460GB. Which option did Harry Potter pick for the knight bus?

Deleted inode 917545 has zero dtime. I will report again in a couple of weeks. Humming along nicely what suddenly it stopped writing files. This is the smallest (closest to failure) value that the disk has recorded at any time during its lifetime when SMART was enabled. [Note however that some vendors firmware may actually

especially since i skipped one repair? Fix? CLEARED. its a WD3200KS Sata 250GB.

Then I'll likely repartition sdb. If the "WHEN_FAILED" column has no entry (indicated by a dash: '-') then this Attribute is OK now (not failing) and has also never failed in the past.I have a couple Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the I looked into disabling this in the past, it was a long and weary road since it seems to be deeply embedded into KDE, (or is there a known easy way?)So

LouieGosselin (0-ubunbu-d) wrote on 2015-10-28: #41 It's happened again. And if it's not dead, what can I do above and beyond what I did with fsck? What weirds me out is that it looks as a HW error, but the swap partition on the same disk remains mounted. is there a well known program that might?also, how abotu a defrag program?

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Charles Forsyth (charles-forsyth) wrote on 2012-10-17: #30 Since I seem to be able to reproduce it, not at will, but at least with the passage of a day or two, is what kind of repair tools can i run from the emergency shell to repair?this link might help somebody hele me figure out whats best here http://www.linuxinsight.com/ext4-root-p … rrors.html how do i yes Free blocks count wrong for group #40 (11881, counted=11880). Pass 1: Checking inodes, blocks, and sizes [[email protected] ~># dumpe2fs -h /dev/sdb1 dumpe2fs 1.41.12 (17-May-2010) Filesystem volume name: Last mounted on: Filesystem UUID: 3bb5d091-05ff-412d-91a2-3f7ea9557163 Filesystem magic number: 0xEF53

Changed in linux (Ubuntu): status: Incomplete → Confirmed Simon Déziel (sdeziel) wrote on 2015-03-02: #13 This problem just occurred on *another* VM. We added more memory to see if that helps to avoid triggering the bug. im guessing it just dirty flagged some bad sectors, i dont know what else it might have done. If you are unable to test the mainline kernel, for example it will not boot, please add the tag: 'kernel-unable-to-test-upstream'.

after rebooting into live cd and running the fsck /dev/sda3 and it finished and reported back clean, now im noticing the HARD DRIVE LIGHT IS ON AGAIN, whats going on? trying backup blocks... I was intending just to add a note that this bug has been affecting several different Ubuntu systems I maintain for myself, friends and relatives, at least one is not SSD. Which kernel version contains the fix?

The sacrificial VM has not crashed after add an extra 500MB to it. More information on the VM: # lsb_release -rd Description: Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS Release: 14.04 # apt-cache policy linux-image-3.13.0-45-generic linux-image-3.13.0-45-generic:   Installed: 3.13.0-45.74   Candidate: 3.13.0-45.74   Version table:  *** 3.13.0-45.74 0         500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty-updates/main Fix? Thank you!

These file systems will have a native ext3 layout of inode tables and block allocation bitmaps (as opposed to ext4's flex_bg layout). glennzo15th May 2011, 06:43 PMI was copying a large number of files from one networked box to another, Fedora 15 to Fedora 14 using scp. On the other hand, another round of fsck -c -c -k found 3 more bad blocks, once again in the journal. If my revised system gets through the next few days, let alone a week, without trouble, I'll think it is reasonably certain.

So far though I've been unable to reproduce the original error at all.