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Re: ffs_newvnode: inode has non zero blocks
On Sat, Oct 29, 2016 at 06:06:18PM +0000, Christos Zoulas wrote:
> In article <20161029175845.GA6906%SDF.ORG@localhost>, <coypu%SDF.ORG@localhost> wrote:
> >I'm pretty 'abusive' to my machine. unsurprisingly, I've managed to
> >accumulate a problem:
> > ffs_newvnode: ino=20681997 on /: gen 5ae8a721/5ae8a721 has non zero
> >blocks 980 or size 0
> > panic: ffs_newvnode: dirty filesystem?
> >It appears that fsck is not able to clear it.
> >Do you we have a tool for such circumstances?
> This means that you are on ffsv1, which makes it weird. There is clri
> and fsdb for that.
I do appear to have some franken-filesystem, half FFSv2, half FFSv1.
file system: /dev/rwd0a
magic 11954 time Sat Oct 29 21:16:21 2016
superblock location 8192 id [ 56f77746 7e87473b ]
cylgrp dynamic inodes 4.4BSD sblock FFSv2 fslevel 4
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