kob6558 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 06:46:53 UTC 2012
After updating fusefs-libs to 2.9.9 I fould serious problems with an
NTFS file system. I am using the new fuse kernel code on 9-Stable on
an amd64 system.
I have had only limited time to look at the problem, but symptoms
include all files in a directory having an mtime of when the FS was
mounted and phantom directory entries.
An 'ls' showed no such file, but typing the first character of the
file followed by ^D showed the file with a <SPACE> appended. An
attempt to create it gets "input/output error" and does an 'rm'. most,
but not all files I copied to that file system today simply seem to
have vanished, but a few have left those phantom entries.
I have reverted to 2.9.1 for now, but it looks like I will need to
boot Windows and run dskchk on it.
R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer
E-mail: kob6558 at gmail.com
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