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Old 08-12-2010, 09:08 AM
Eero Volotinen
 
Default NTFS is more resilient than ext3? Or is it hardware issue?

2010/8/12 Fajar Priyanto <fajarpri@arinet.org>:
> Hi guys,
> I don't mean to incite debate or something, just want to share
> experience and a little curiosity.
>
> Back long time ago, we have an old file MS W2K (NTFS) server where due
> no admin was available to manage it, the server would get power off
> when the office closed, and auto power on again in the morning. That
> thing happened for years and it was fine ^^
>
> Recently, I setup a Centos 5.5 file server with ext3 and got power
> blackout twice and I notice the filesystem got corrupted and also bad
> sectors.
>
> Is it just pure random luck, software or hardware issue?
> What's your experience?

I think it is broken hardware, due to bad sectors.

Maybe your harddisk is broken or soon breaking up.. check output from
smartctl ..

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Eero,
RHCE
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