rpaulo at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jun 4 23:20:04 UTC 2010
On 4 Jun 2010, at 14:55, John Baldwin wrote:
> I crashed a testbox running FreeBSD/i386 today which had SUJ enabled on its
> /var partition. It encountered the following error when trying to fsck -p
> during boot:
> ** SU+J Recovering /dev/ada0s1d
> ** Reading 16572416 byte journal from inode 4.
> fsck_ufs: Sparse journal inode 4.
> It then failed with an unexpected soft update inconsistency. du claims that
> /var/.sujournal takes up 16192 KB. This matches up assuming 8k blocks and 1
> indirect block (I used fsdb -r and dumped the block list for inode 4 and it
> does have one indirect block). Any ideas?
I had this too on /var. The workaround was to disable SUJ on my /var which only has 2GB.
BTW, every time I booted, this error would show up.
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