Subject: Re: More fsck problems?
To: John Kohl <>
From: Hauke Fath <hauke@Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE>
List: current-users
Date: 09/26/1997 00:33:41
At 13:31 Uhr +0200 24.09.1997, John Kohl wrote:
>>>>>> "JT" == Jason Thorpe <> writes:
>JT> On Wed, 24 Sep 97 2:27:59 WET DST
>JT>  Dave Huang <> wrote:
>>> Why's mount complaining that the filesystem isn't clean when fsck just
>>> marked it as clean?
>JT> Looks like fsck_ffs isn't setting the "clean" bit, so the kernel complains
>JT> the next time.  Gack.
>JT> Luke?  Maybe we should just back out _all_ of the fsck_ffs changes?
>Nah.  I encountered a variant of this bug long ago.  See PR 1324.

I feel this is older, too. I see it occasionally on /dev/sd1a; booting from
floppy disk and fsck'ing the HD's root partition fixes the problem.


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