UFS Crash and directories now missing
ait at p2ee.org
Mon Apr 30 17:02:06 UTC 2012
On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 8:22 AM, Erich Dollansky
<erichfreebsdlist at ovitrap.com> wrote:
> On Monday 30 April 2012 18:36:08 Robert Bonomi wrote:
>> Alejandro Imass <ait at p2ee.org> wrote:
>> That simply *ISN'T* going to happen -- not without a -lot- more evidence
>> than any individual can provide from a single =unrepeadable= incident.
> ok, I am not the original poster but let me tell me of an experience here I have had. I reported also something extremely strange. Of course, the comments I have gotten have been the same as here. But what happened then?
> I do not know why but somebody found a race condition in the affected system. There is no fix available yet.
> With other words, no matter how strange things are, I encourage people to report it. Not with the real hope to get a solution at the spot. But with the chance that somebody who knows the code well and has some strange feelings takes a look.
> I also encourage my clients to do the same for our products and services.
Thanks Erich for pionting this out. This is the FreeBSD USERS LIST,
not the elite exchange. I I was posting this on some expert list like
the kernel list or some other more technical list I could understand
the attitude, but this is the user's list. We are NOT required to know
the details, just share experiences and try to help one another, not
put other people down for trying to solve our issues as users.
What is really frustrating is that it actually happened and I try to
do everything by the book. I don't do any fancy or strange things, so
something caused these directories to be moved through NORMAL use of
the system, regardless if some people believe it or not, I could care
less. It happened, period, and if someone wants to help fine, if not
they should just shut up.
Thanks again for pointing this out. We are the users, we are the
people that keep this project alive and share the good.
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