UFS Crash and directories now missing
erich at alogreentechnologies.com
Sat Apr 28 02:59:50 UTC 2012
On Saturday 28 April 2012 09:33:47 Alejandro Imass wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 7:52 PM, Alejandro Imass <aimass at yabarana.com> wrote:
> > We had a server crash and required a hard reboot. The system is on one
> > disk and another disc mounts /usr/jails and everything runs in jails,
> > pristine base system, and the base system is working perfectly.
> > The second volume, the one with the jails mounted but every jail
> > directory disappeared except one. df still shows the data being used
> > so I'm guessing it's a logical error in the directory structure or
> > something. I unmounted the drive and ran fsck and reported no
> > problems. df shows the data being use so where is the data??
what is du saying?
> OK, so here is an update, maybe someone has some clue here....
> All the jails wound up in the /usr/local/etc/apache22 of the only
> surviving jail which is the http proxy to all the other jails.
You want to say that all the data you were looking for have been moved to this directory?
> Right before the server crashed I noticed MySQL at 100% o several CPUs
> and the server was on it's knees, so I'm wondering.... was this an
> attack? is it possible that Apache or MySQL moved the files??
> I mean the jails are there, I'm even backing them up right now.... but
> how did these directories move here?????
> Anybody has ANY logical explanation???
Journaling is new to me. Could this be the cause?
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