Subject: Re: Probably a FAQ, but couldn't find it. -- is there the equivalent
To: Brian Buhrow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Mike Cheponis <mac@Wireless.Com>
Date: 07/09/2001 14:06:39
Kevin P. Neal suggested a procedure that did work for me for clearing bad
The trick is the "fsdb" program. I was able to determine the inode of
my bad directory, and then I could clear that inode.
When I subsequently "fsck"ed that disk, the zeroed inode was deleted,
lost+found/ was created, and my files (that were in the bad directory)
were placed there.
Also look at bad144(8) and badsect(8).
p.s. Do you have the S.M.A.R.T. capability of your HD turned on? If not,
you may want to turn it on.
On Mon, 9 Jul 2001, Brian Buhrow wrote:
> Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2001 17:49:21 -0700
> From: Brian Buhrow <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> but couldn't find it. -- is there the equivalent of atactl reassign
> blkno on IDE disks?
> I have an IDE disk which is showing bad blocks i.e:
> Jul 3 22:57:44 woody /netbsd: wd4a: uncorrectable data error reading fsbn 142987762 of 142987762-142987824 (wd4 bn 142987762; cn 141852 tn 15 sn 1), retrying
> Since all of these block numbers are the same, I figured I could reassign
> the block from the disk's spare sectors. However, I know of no command to
> do this with IDE disks. Is there an equivalent of scsictl reassign <block
> nnumber> for IDE disks?