Data corruption over NFS in -current
ivoras at freebsd.org
Mon Jan 16 16:35:49 UTC 2012
On 13/01/2012 15:37, Martin Cracauer wrote:
> More findings.
> Reminder, with the original report I found:
> - files for no reason changing ownership and group to
> - data corruption as in inserting binary junk obviously from ports
> - data corruption as in malformed ascii text that might be a bug I
> have in my code that is only exposed in FreeBSD
> I re-ran with newfs (reboot) which worked (all three problems absent).
> I then started building ports/land/gcc47 at the same time as I
> re-started my crazy script and it too only a few seconds for an
> unexpected ownership to root to occur.
Two more things to check:
1) Are you using tmpfs? Could you try without it?
2) Are you really sure your hardware is ok? If everything works fine
after a reboot, it might mean that there is a memory corruption and you
don't use that specific memory until some time after the reboot. Try
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