ext2fs crash in -current (r218056)

John Baldwin jhb at freebsd.org
Fri Feb 4 17:16:55 UTC 2011

On Thursday, February 03, 2011 6:06:32 pm Doug Barton wrote:
> 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 ...

It's hard to say as the other errors have already scrolled off the screen.
If you accidentally bumped the drive so that USB detached it then that would
have the same effect.

John Baldwin

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