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I am very glad, that it was an unimportant partition, but I l= ost > some data anyway. Has anybody seen this, know what the problem might be? Get one here: http://mozilla.org [Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index] EXT3-fs error (device ide0(3,9)): ext3_readdir From: Dirk Pritsch To: ext3-users ATI TV & bttv 7.

Maybe you never did, or a long long > time ago, an fsck for that partition(s)? ... That's a bug in ext3 - it has (apparantly) been fixed in the CVS version. -- http://www.arm.linux.org.uk/personal/aboutme.html - To unsubscribe from this list: send the Now I switched ack to 2.4.18 debian source for securety reasons, don't want to risk any further data lost. fsck the partition e2fsck -y /dev/*** 3.

Help! did you try the fsck command again ? Cheers, -- Philipp Huegelmeyer pgp-fp: D008 BB2B 0B48 80EC CDF0 CBF0 D665 8CFF 63D9 DF8A Thread view [WOLK-devel] ext3 bug in wolk? egag egag View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by egag 07-02-2005, 03:20 AM #9 realnerd Member Registered: Aug 2004

Russ Tennant 2. if it matters, I'm using Fedora core1 with yum updates which amounts to kernel 2.4.22-1.2174nptl I think I've finally got the system setup the way I want it so I'm gonna In fact, I don't invent that problems with ext3 and 2.4.18 kernels and ea= rly=20 2.4.19pre kernels. If you are using either of those, I would upgrade to 2.6.4. (Actually, for a production server, I would use 2.4 until 2.6 has been around for at least 6 months

The array is mounted as /share. *If you're wondering why I have all the drives on the same controller, I've been having some problems with the software RAID 5 in linux. Or you can make use of the loopback device if reformating the partition is not an option. e2fsck -a -c -C 0 /dev/hda2 It said: e2fsck: Attempt to read block from filesystem resulted in short read while trying to open /dev/hda2 Could this be a zero-length partition? syslog tells me : Nov 20 18:16:31 enterprise kernel: EXT3-fs error (device ide0(3,9)): ext3_readdir: bad entry in directory #47390: inode out of bounds - offset=0, inode=404363549, rec_len=4096, name_len=23 and the system

EXT3-fs error on kernel 2.4.18-pre3 4. After this error occurs the hd contains errors and need to be checked. ok. > I did not wont to point a finger at you, sayying that you crached my d= isk > or something, I only wanted to let you know. Briefly describe the problem (required): Upload screenshot of ad (required): Select a file, or drag & drop file here. ✔ ✘ Please provide the ad click URL, if possible: Home Browse

EXT2-fs error (device 8/3) and ld: no space left on device 13. All can be read at the kernel mailinglist and also in = the=20 ext3 cvs repository in the changelog. > after that. From: Philipp Huegelmeyer - 2002-07-23 12:41:05 On Tuesday 23 July 2002 13:23, Marc-Christian Petersen wrote: > that is really strange, since ext2|ext3 bugs were in some early wolk 3.3 > I made a complete check of the HD, including a 100% check of the surface of the drive, and the conclusion is: "Your Samsung HDD has no error!" So this is

btw: that was an M$ way to " repair" things... ( strange it works though ??? ) egag egag View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL If you're working with an active root partition, you will need to boot into some rescue media and perform these operations there. so were back to "what could be wrong ? " - you checked the drive and it's ok. - after an "fsck" the probs are gone, but return after a while. tune2fs -O ^has_journal /dev/*** <------ strips the journal 2.

May be it has other reason= s, > that I am not aware of, but having a disk-falure is no fun and should b= e > reportet. If yes, why is it located only on hda9 partition? Daily snapshot can be found here: http://west.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/wolk/linux-2.4.18-wolk3.5-rc4-= patchset.tar.bz2 > Your data, good luck:) thanks. tune2fs -j /dev/*** If that doesn't work the drive is probably hosed. -------- tune2fs: Attempt to read block from filesystem resulted in short read while trying to open /dev/sda5 Can't find

Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Nov 20 19:47:04 enterprise kernel: EXT3-fs abort (device ide0(3,9)): ext3_remount: Abort forced by user As I already said, the first time ever I had any problems since the very first versions. I also got "IO failure" messages. If you need to reset your password, click here.

How can I correct this? I can imagine. Sure it is no fun. Thanks to Micha= el=20 Kreitzer at this point.

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I got a lot of I/O errors on my /boot device. and maybe that disk is just on the end of it's life... When this situation pops up, the filesystem gets mounted read-only almost immediately. Thanks again for your help.

Your data, good luck:) Cheers, -- Philipp Huegelmeyer pgp-fp: D008 BB2B 0B48 80EC CDF0 CBF0 D665 8CFF 63D9 DF8A Re: [WOLK-devel] ext3 bug in wolk? LILO boots the 2.4.7-10 kernel image with option ide=nodma. was it hda or was it a drive on the promise?? Thanks for your reply, realnerd realnerd View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by realnerd View Blog 07-10-2005, 07:24 AM #15

One fine day, it just started sending kernel messages on the serial console. Why do the 2 other OS (Win_XP and Mandrake 9.2) work normally? and if another crash occurs, try to save some data from the " /var/log/messages " to see if there's a clue. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.