Subject: Re: Why my life is sucking.
To: Dean Huxley <email@example.com>
From: enami tsugutomo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/17/2001 10:23:49
Dean Huxley <email@example.com> writes:
> With some debug statements Herb and I found that when the XXX line was
What's your filesystem's ipg (number of inode per cg) and ncg (number
of cg)? You can see this value by ``dumpfs /dev/rraid1a | more''. If
ipg * ngp become 11198466, restore may be looking TS_END block.
I wonder how restore calculate this. I can't believe this can be
calculate by (spcl.c_count * TP_BSIZE * NBBY) + 1.
> Note that curfile.ino is greater than maxino, which probably isn't
> supposed to happen. Dump is apparently dumping a file with an
> inode greater than the maximum given in the dump header. Could this
> be caused by a file created in between the directory traversal and
> file dumping? perhaps the temp file created by restore in /tmp?
So, your /tmp is on a same filesystem with you're dumping?