Subject: Re: Bad block 4194304
To: None <tech-kern@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Markus Baeurle <email@example.com>
Date: 10/31/1996 22:32:21
In message <9610302214.ZM5415@physig4.ph.kcl.ac.uk>
"Mark Brinicombe" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So, does anyone else have problems with bad blocks occuring on a strange block
> number ? have there been posting the past about bad blocks numbers that are
> not valid for the disc or is it my bad memory ?
> Anyone have any ideas how I could track down the problem ?
> My current temporary fix is a hack in ffs_inode.c to catch these trashed
> inodes and patch the indirect address before writing it to disc.
How about checking this fix in to NetBSD-current?
This way, current-users would clearly see if they also get these trashes.
We would at least find out if it's machine-independent then.
I guess people also prefer if they can be sure this problem is fixed by your
hack on the fly if it occurs instead of getting their inodes trashed.
So long, Markus