gurney_j at resnet.uoregon.edu
Wed May 17 18:16:39 PDT 2006
gareth wrote this message on Mon, May 15, 2006 at 15:21 +0200:
> > because it changes with every operation and b)
> > should never be checked in that way (that's exactly what fsck means when
> > telling you "NO WRITE").
> ok. but it didn't used to do this, then it started showing up errors on
> /var, then /var and /tmp. meanwhile the 5 other partitions have never
> showed up errors. (/tmp & /var i spose happen to be small and volatile,
> but there is another small & volatile partition that doesn't show errors.
> also, the same behaviour shows when i (think) get rid've processes using /tmp)
It doesn't matter.. that it used to not do that just means you were
lucky, it doesn't mean you were correct..
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