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2001 Jul 04
2
Assertion failure in ext3_prepare_write() at inode.c:934: "handle != 0"
....6, but my load average... Any umount -> D. Parallelizing fsck version 1.22 (22-Jun-2001) /dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part1 was not cleanly unmounted, check forced. /dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part1: Deleted inode 97249 has zero dtime. FIXED. /dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part1: Deleted inode 97304 has zero dtime. FIXED. /dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part1: Deleted inode 97513 has zero dtime. FIXED. /dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part1...
2019 Jun 07
1
Problem with opusfile & ndk
Hi Xiph.org Team. We are using opusfile library <https://github.com/xiph/opusfile> for streaming *.opus* audio in our projects. But now we have a problem with building opusfile library for android with *ndk-build*. In particular, with arm64-v8a platform: Google removed <sys/timeb.h> from android. And now building opusfile with nkd-build crashes with error
2005 Jan 02
0
numerous errors on newly built md volume
...nary only drivers). the raid builds fine, as does creation of the ext3 filesystem. however, if i then run e2fsck (with the -f option since the filesystem is brand new) i get thousands of these type of errors: Inode 15461 has imagic flag set. Clear<y>? no Inode 15462 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? no Inode 15463 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? no Inode 15464 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? no Inode 15465 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? no Inode 15466 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? no Inode 15466 has imagic flag set...
2003 Feb 09
1
ML9.0:file system completely crashed ext3,"could not find mime type",kde3.0.3
.... BOOTING: ABOUT 22345 MESSAGES APPEARED: Jan 31 14:29:22 this fsck: /dev/hda2 contains a file system with errors, check forced Jan 31 14:29:25 this /etc/hotplug/usb.agent: ... no modules for USB product 0/0/0 Jan 31 14:29:36 this fsck: Inode 139427 is in use, but has dtime set. FIXED. Jan 31 14:29:36 this fsck: /dev/hda2: Inode 139428 is in use, but has dtime set. FIXED. Jan 31 14:29:36 this fsck: /dev/hda2: Inode 139429 is in use, but has dtime set. FIXED. Jan 31 14:29:36 this fsck: /dev/hda2: Inode 139430 is in use, but has dtime set. F...
2013 Aug 30
2
Strange fsck.ext3 behavior - infinite loop
...ck 1.35 (28-Feb-2004) Pass 1: Checking inodes, blocks, and sizes Inodes that were part of a corrupted orphan linked list found. Fix<y>? yes Inode 26732609 was part of the orphaned inode list. FIXED. Inode 26732609 has imagic flag set. Clear<y>? yes Inode 26732610 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? yes Inode 26732611 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? yes Inode 26732611 has imagic flag set. Clear<y>? yes Inode 26732612 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? yes Inode 26732613 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? yes Inode 26732613 has im...
2012 Jul 15
4
Imposing more than one condition to if
Hi,   I have a dataset which contains several time records for a number of days, plus a variable (light) that allows to determine night time (lihgt= 0) and daytime (light> 0). I need to obtain get dusk time and dawn time for each day and place them in two columns. This is the starting point (d): day time light 1     1       20 1     12     10 1     11     6 1     9       0 1     6       0
2008 Feb 27
9
"no space left on device" related to directory limit
Hello, We have a 3-node cluster setup with ocfs2. Since friday one of the nodes went down and would not become clustermember after a reboot because it was unable to write to the ocfs2 filesystem. Message: no space left on device. There is plenty of diskspace though. No problem whatsoever to create a file / directory on the filesystem using one of the other nodes. Today one of the
2007 Feb 20
2
Backing up ext3 root partition with dd
...=0, mode=020600, size=0) /dev/Active_Update/root2: Clearing orphaned inode 57537 (uid=0, gid=0, mode=020600, size=0) /dev/Active_Update/root2: Clearing orphaned inode 57536 (uid=0, gid=0, mode=020600, size=0) /dev/Active_Update/root2: Deleted inode 90369 has zero dtime. FIXED. /dev/Active_Update/root2: Inode 90370 is in use, but has dtime set. FIXED. /dev/Active_Update/root2: Inode 90371 is in use, but has dtime set. FIXED. /dev/Active_Update/root2: Inode 90372 is in use, but has dtime set. FIXED. /dev/Active_Update...
2013 Aug 30
0
Re: Strange fsck.ext3 behavior - infinite loop
...ing inodes, blocks, and sizes > Inodes that were part of a corrupted orphan linked list found. Fix<y>? yes > > Inode 26732609 was part of the orphaned inode list. FIXED. > Inode 26732609 has imagic flag set. Clear<y>? yes > > Inode 26732610 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? yes > > Inode 26732611 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? yes > > Inode 26732611 has imagic flag set. Clear<y>? yes > > Inode 26732612 is in use, but has dtime set. Fix<y>? yes > > Inode 26732613 is in use, but has dtime set....
2002 Oct 07
9
FS corruption; HTREE-related?
...eneration: 2449155561 User: 504 Group: 505 Size: 0 File ACL: 0 Directory ACL: 0 Links: 0 Blockcount: 0 Fragment: Address: 0 Number: 0 Size: 0 ctime: 0x3da0be92 -- Sun Oct 6 17:52:02 2002 atime: 0x3da05967 -- Sun Oct 6 10:40:23 2002 mtime: 0x3da0be92 -- Sun Oct 6 17:52:02 2002 dtime: 0x3da0be92 -- Sun Oct 6 17:52:02 2002 BLOCKS: debugfs: stat 391. Inode: 14992584 Type: regular Mode: 0600 Flags: 0x0 Generation: 2449155559 User: 504 Group: 505 Size: 66274 File ACL: 0 Directory ACL: 0 Links: 1 Blockcount: 144 Fragment: Address: 0 Number: 0 Size: 0...
2012 Jun 14
3
Time difference between two dates/timing
Hi, Here, i have a matrix like this MyMatrix <- *DATETIME HEADER1 HEADER2* 1/1/2010 0:10 197.1947 100.0859 1/1/2010 0:20 203.8811 100.1013 1/1/2010 0:30 206.564 100.0433 1/1/2010 0:40 207.9563 99.9393 i want to get the time difference in minutes between two date. TimeDiff <- MyMatrix[1,1]
2001 Dec 25
3
hm ...
...n inode that got lost, now i'm going to whine more about strange things happening here. A matroxfb just oopsed on me (thats not strange), the machine got unusuable, so i logged in from another and got the idea to touch /forcefsck. Upon reboot, fsck said that some inodes are in use but have dtime set and that some files are illegal sockets. Now this just doesn't sound healty to me ... Should I be worried? Something fishy is going on here ... memtest says it's not ram, harddrive is IBM IC35 (i thought that only GXF75 were unreliable and even those only on certain ata100 controllers)...
2004 Feb 01
0
Ext3 and undeletion - A way how it could work.
...-- no change here. Actual deletion: (That action initiated in step 2.2.) Here, the procedure will completely changed: 3.1. Copy the inode (the 128 bytes, not the conten of the file ;-) to the space for the "deletion inode", marking the original inode as being deleted + set dtime. This is one transaction. -> If the "deletion inode" has a dtime != 0 on mount-time after a crash, recovery starts here. 3.2. Mark a bunch of blocks at the end of the file as free in the block bitmaps. Check which indirect block, double indirect block and trible indire...
2007 Oct 24
3
Problem with file system
While I untar a large archive on xfs , ext3 (ver 1.3 and ver 1.4) file systems , on ppc processor and kernel ver 2.6.21 , I get an error. Also sometimes, on ext3 (1.3 and 1.4) the file system goes read-only while untarring. The same tar file when untarred on a i386 machine works properly. ERROR: -------------- tar: Skipping to next header gzip: stdin: invalid compressed data--crc error tar:
2002 Mar 31
1
EXT3-fs error (device md(9,1)) in ext3_new_inode: error 28
Hi, Subject line says it all. When one of the linux.org.uk machines got rebooted, it performed a full fs check of the main 160GB ext3 partition claiming it contained errors. During the check it found: Deleted inode 142279 has zero dtime. FIXED. The kernel message log contained lots of: EXT3-fs error (device md(9,1)) in ext3_new_inode: error 28 We had used up all the available inodes. Since the above message is generated from __ext3_std_error, it marks the filesystem bad. This doesn't sound like proper behaviour. Kernel:...
2008 Sep 23
0
ast_func_write: Function not registered
hi all , please need help for an asterisk version 1.4.21.2 i created a write func odbc list records files in sql table: [R] dsn=connector write=INSERT INTO ast_records (filename,caller,callee,dtime) VALUES ('${ARG1}','${ARG2}','${ARG3}','${ARG4}') prefix=M and set it in dialplan : exten => _0X.,n,Set( M_R(${MIXMONITOR_FILENAME}\,${CUSER}\,${EXTEN}\,${DTIME})= ) i tried to add preload => func_odbc.so to load before extentions.conf but when i excute it st...
2009 Jan 09
2
rpart with interval censored data crashes R
Hi Everyone, This example code results in R 'crashing'; that is the R application closes with no warnings or error messages. #----------------------- myD <- read.table(stdin(), header=TRUE, nrows=20) Broth Salt pH Temp N Y Growth 1 310 9.0 2.92 10 90.0 NA 0 2 615 6.0 7.82 30 1.0 2 1 3 217 2.0 7.34 10 7.0 8
2004 Dec 06
0
135 GB ext3 on broken drive -- other possibilities than "e2fsck -y"?
...from the same filesystem? (I just though I'd ask these too in case anyone can tell that searing for the beginning of one of these files may well be worth the effort.) Here some more details on the fsck process: Amongst others, I got a lot of these messages: | Deleted inode 8618118 has zero dtime. Fix<y>? | Special (device/socket/fifo/symlink) file (inode 14646819) has immutable | or append-only flag set. Clear<y>? | Special (device/socket/fifo) inode 14679587 has non-zero size. Fix<y>? | Inode 16187144 was part of the orphaned inode list. FIXED....
2001 Jun 16
2
Inconsistent ext3fs after crash (2.2.19/0.0.7a)
...locks /dev/hda8: recovering journal /dev/hda8: Clearing orphaned inode 96655 (uid=0, gid=0, mode=020600, size=0) /dev/hda8: Already cleared block #0 (65025) found in orphaned inode 96655. /dev/hda8 was not cleanly unmounted, check forced. Deleted inode 96654 has zero dtime. FIXED. /dev/hda8: Inodes that were part of a corrupted orphan linked list found. /dev/hda8: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY. (i.e., without -a or -p options) /dev/hda9: recovering journal /dev/hda9: clean, 11/128520 files, 24448/514048...
2009 Mar 30
1
fsflush writes very slow
...ad activity. Running iosnoop shows that most of the physical writes are made by the actual app and average around 32KB. About 15% of the data, however, is done by fsflush and only 4 or 8KB at a time. The write throughput for the fsflush writes is about 10% that of the app writes (using the "DTIME" values and aggregating the results to get totals). CPU resources are not a bottleneck. If I turn off dopageflush the overall rate jumps to 18-20MB/s. However, this would mean that the file data may not get flushed for a very long time, so is not a suitable option for production environ...