Subject: fsck clears non-empty files
To: None <>
From: Space Case <>
List: current-users
Date: 05/06/1994 20:08:14
When fsck does the filesystem check (either on boot or when run
manually), and a non-empty file is not in a directory, fsck does
not put it in lost+found, but rather clears it.  This is contrary
to both the documentation and what I have experienced on other
systems.  Is it really supposed to work this way?


Steven R. Allen -
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