Subject: Problems with the hard disk..
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Rasmus Wiman <email@example.com>
Date: 03/29/1995 19:50:46
I have an error that seems quite hard on my /usr partition, and i don't
know what to do wiht it... It all started when i accidentally deleted a
file from AmigaDOS... When i booted it, everything had gone to the
/usr/lost+found directory, and when i had put everything back where it
belonged, one recursive directory remained, which i deleted... Next time
i booted the system, it told med this:
fsck:MISSING '..' I=2 OWNER=root MODE=40755
fsck:SIZE=512 MTIME=Feb 20 00:42 1995
fsck:UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY;RUN fsck MANUALLY
When i run fsck manually on the disk, it tells me about an error that
cannot be fixed because second entry contains lost+found,m and then about
an unref dir I=343 OWNER=root MODE=41777 and asks me i i want to
The lost+found directory is also quite interesting, ls -a shows a ..
directory, but when i cd .. i remain in lost+found, and if i try to
delete it, it either says that it's not empty although i try to delete
recursively, or it simply panics. I also get a panic if i do pwd in the
Can i fix this without backing the system up in any way?
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