Subject: Re: duplicated inodes
To: Jan-Hinrich Fessel <>
From: jason downs <downsj@CSOS.ORST.EDU>
List: current-users
Date: 09/17/1994 09:45:09
In message <199409171239.OAA00854@zappa.unna.Ping.DE>,
	Jan-Hinrich Fessel writes:
>In message <199409162050.NAA00715@nemesis.CSOS.ORST.EDU>you write:
>->does anyone else see a lot of duplicated inodes after during a lot of
>->disk access? (a lot == building the world or something equally as large.)
>Yes.  But only on my SCSI-drive(M2624SA) that did not do auto-remapping of bad
>sectors.  The errors generated by this drive were put out by the kernel,
>but apparently not or not always did the filesystem check for these,
>because only around 10% of the kernel errors generated write failures.
>What I desparetely needed then was some scsi-format and remp utility.

hmm. i'm seeing this on a variety of drives, none of which should have
any bad sectors visible to the OS.

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