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Re: filesystem corruption

On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 01:56:56PM +0100, Patrick Welche wrote:
 > On a -current/amd64 laptop, which doing a cvs update of pkgsrc,
 > unfortunately within X, the laptop freezes. (caps lock still works
 > though - ctl-alt-f2 does nothing, and no response to pings) So, I
 > power down. On startup when mounting FFSv1 /usr, the wapbl log is
 > replayed. This takes a while, but now pkgsrc has corrupt files - eg
 > CVS/Root full of random bytes, all over the tree.
 > Thoughts?

wapbl, like traditional ffs, doesn't attempt to guarantee the
integrity of file contents after a crash.

David A. Holland

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