Subject: Re: panic: lfs_truncate: negative bytes
To: Sean Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Konrad Schroder <email@example.com>
Date: 06/27/2002 11:11:58
On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Sean Davis wrote:
> Any ideas? Should I recreate my LFS volume?
> I was doing a build.sh, with sources and obj on lfs.
> I can make the core/kernel available if needed.
If "fsck_lfs -n -d /dev/rfoo" says there is nothing wrong with your disk
(in particular, no "block in 'clean' segment" or "segment X contains Y,
low by Z" problems), it might be useful to look at the kernel core,
otherwise probably not.
How old was this volume, and when was the last time you updated your
kernel and lfs_cleanerd?
If you decide to rebuild, I'd suggest using frag size == block size (say,
4k/4k) until I fix lfs_markv to handle expanding fragments properly.
With a new kernel you shouldn't really have a problem but ... I'm not