Toni Mueller wrote:
> On Mon, 31.05.2010 at 20:27:02 +0200, Toni Mueller <email@example.com> wrote:
>> # fsck -p /dev/mapper/uv0-srv
>> fsck 1.41.3 (12-Oct-2008)
>> /dev/mapper/uv0-srv contains a file system with errors, check forced.
>> /dev/mapper/uv0-srv: Problem in HTREE directory inode 20742394: node (5) has invalid depth (2)
>> /dev/mapper/uv0-srv: Problem in HTREE directory inode 20742394: node (5) has bad max hash
>> /dev/mapper/uv0-srv: Problem in HTREE directory inode 20742394: node (5) not referenced
> it turns out that only one directory was affected. This directory
> contains 488984 files. I don't think that having many files in a
> directory should be an error, only (possibly) a performance problem.
> But in no case should the file system become corrupted, imho.
Well, yes, that's clearly true.
Do you still have the corrupted filesystem available? It might be
interesting to try to do a post-mortem analysis on it --- please see
the RAW IMAGE FILES section of e2image(8) and let us know if that
will be possible.
Sorry for the long silence.
Thanks and hope that that helps,
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