FreeBSD is too filesystem errors sensitive
cronfy at gmail.com
Fri Dec 18 14:05:02 UTC 2009
Konrad, Erik, thank you for the good advice. Several foreground fsck
in a row really helped.
Konrad, which hardware are you using with FreeBSD on heavily loaded
and i/o-bound systems?
>> If you have other instances of filesystem corruption (which includes
>> everything which can trigger a kernel panic) you need to use a foreground
>> fsck to fix it.
> That's true. You should go down to single user mode by entering "shutdown
> now", unmount your filesystems ("umount -a -t ufs") and check your
> filesystem by "fsck -y". Please read "man fsck" before since implicitly
> answering all questions with yes by "-y" may cause loss of data !!!
> (To tell the truth: You probably have to do so anyway.)
>> Personally I would recommend not using background fsck at all unless you
>> know exactly what you are doing and why.
More information about the freebsd-questions