ext2fs crash in -current (r218056)
dougb at FreeBSD.org
Thu Feb 3 23:06:34 UTC 2011
On 02/02/2011 14:04, John Baldwin wrote:
> Err, this is a different panic than what you reported earlier. Your disk died
> and spewed a bunch of EIO errors. I can look at the locking assertion failure
> tomorrow, but this is a differnt issue. Even UFS needed a good bit of work to
> handle disks dying gracefully.
Can you defined "died" a bit? :-/ I just plugged it back in and it
seems to be working Ok, but it's my backup disk so if I'm looking at a
potential failure I'm a bit worried ...
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