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Re: kern/50707: rm: fts_read: No such file or directory
David Holland a écrit :
The following reply was made to PR kern/50707; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: David Holland <dholland-bugs%netbsd.org@localhost>
Subject: Re: kern/50707: rm: fts_read: No such file or directory
Date: Mon, 30 May 2016 03:40:41 +0000
On Tue, Apr 26, 2016 at 02:40:01PM +0000, Robert Elz wrote:
> I have a patch you can apply that will allow switching to
> read-only mode, but you do need to be very careful - the ability to
> do that was removed because it does not always work correctly, to
> switch to read-only mode takes some care to make sure the
> filesystem is in a suitable state first (the system should simply
> make it work, but no-one ever found out why it didn't.)
Well, that's not quite true. We found one at least one set of
problems, which is that the logic for delayed mtime/atime updates was
not pushing pending mtime/atime updates out. That I believe has been
There was also another set of problems that came to light when someone
discovered that -o async wasn't ever writing anything out at all
unless forced to by buffer cache capacity, but I don't remember what
the resolution of that was, if any.
David A. Holland
I have applied last patches. Now, my server runs 7.0.1. Last night,
after upgrading pkgsrc from CVS tree, I have seen "to many open files"
and fs was currupted again. Some directories do not contains '.' or '..'.
legendre$ uname -a
NetBSD legendre.systella.fr 7.0.1 NetBSD 7.0.1 (GENERIC.201605221355Z) amd64
/dev/raid0a on / type ffs (asynchronous, log, NFS exported, local)
/dev/raid0f on /var type ffs (asynchronous, log, local)
/dev/raid0e on /usr type ffs (local)
/dev/raid0g on /home type ffs (asynchronous, log, NFS exported, local)
kernfs on /kern type kernfs (local)
ptyfs on /dev/pts type ptyfs (local)
procfs on /proc type procfs (local)
tmpfs on /var/shm type tmpfs (local)
If I remove async from /etc/fstab, I obtain a fts_read error. With
aync, error differs but result is the same. I have to reboot with fs in
ro mode to run fsck.
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