Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Am Mittwoch, 10. August 2005 11:06 schrieb Lars Ellenberg: > / 2005-08-09 15:51:58 -0600 > > \ Dan Cunningham: > > So last night my server started doing the same thing! We have a 1.5 TB > > array (80% utilized) and noticed some users were getting permisioned > > denied messages accessing certin directories, including the root user. > > We have the same reiser error in the message log each time someone tries > > to access one of the corrup folders. I actually disconnected the > > secondary this weekend, expecting to do some work on it, I don't think > > thats the problem, but what I am wondering is if I reconnect the > > servers, if the corruption will sync over. The hardware is a dell scsi > > storage vault connected to a dell 2650 running 2.6.8-2/debian with drbd > > nope. > > > 7. Any ideas or suggesttions??? Extended downtime for fsck is my last > > option :-( Also I checked my partitions and the LVM volume has 1G more > > space then the reiserfs on top of it (ie drbd has 1GB for meta info) > > according to the oopses, > you run kernel 184.108.40.206, which is affected by the bio_clone kernel bug, > which will corrupt data. in case you run on md, and you happen to have > your swap on md, too, you corrupt memory as well. > references to the kernel bug recently posted on this list. > so if you take a down time, make sure you update the kernel, too! The oopses at the end of Dan's mail were mine, I posted them after I found out the one I posted first wasn't the first.