Subject: current/sparc: problems with disk.
To: None <>
From: Darren Reed <darrenr@vitruvius.arbld.unimelb.EDU.AU>
List: current-users
Date: 08/17/1994 16:49:31
  well, after having it run for a little while ok...something seems to
have scrambled /usr.  Originally I used Sun's newfs (having booted it
diskless).  I'd just copied over the Sun libraries, when trying to
remove /usr/X11 (a symbolic link) failed with:

# rm X11
rm: X11: Bad file descriptor.

looking in /usr showed this:

cr-sr-Srwx  30510 24946  25196   98, 108 Mar 22  1987 /usr/lost+found

looked like time to do an fsck to me...well fsck found enough problems
that I resorted to using "fsck -y /dev/sd0g" due to the number of errors,
some of which showed up like this:

LINK COUNT I=7 OWNDER=776033568 MODE=62554 SIZE=4707704600989430373
MTIME=Aug 29 05:30 1994 COUNT 25134

(you get the idea)

Now I haven't done anything nasty to it (ie kernel is as ftp'd from last night).  I did get it configured as an NFS client.

Knew I should have backed it up already ;)

/usr/lost+found has a few files in it: all junk.