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2005 Jul 08
filesystem fragmentation stats?
...en at >95% usage for quite some time, and I want to check for any fragmentation that could have resulted.) Damian Menscher -- -=#| Physics Grad Student & SysAdmin @ U Illinois Urbana-Champaign |#=- -=#| 488 LLP, 1110 W. Green St, Urbana, IL 61801 Ofc:(217)333-0038 |#=- -=#| 4602 Beckman, VMIL/MS, Imaging Technology Group:(217)244-3074 |#=- -=#| <menscher at uiuc.edu> www.uiuc.edu/~menscher/ Fax:(217)333-9819 |#=- -=#| The above opinions are not necessarily those of my employers. |#=-
2005 Jun 17
[Q] Is this true and does it mean there is dynamic defragmentation in ext2/3?
Someone recently posted the following statement midway down the page at http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-305871-postdays-0-postorder-asc-highlight-ext3+ordered+data-start-25.html >You don't need to defragment ext2/ext3 because as you use the >filesystem file blocks and inodes are moved around and reallocated >to keep the data nearly contiguous. It's not perfect, but it
2005 Jun 02
passwd : Module is unknown (Redhat 9 Enterprise Edition)
Hi All, Can anyone help me in resolving this problem. I use Redhat 9 Enterprise edition. I have a session in which I logged in as a root. When I issue the command "su" from any other user it is throwing error "su : Incorrect password", If I try to change the password from the root session, it is throwing error "passwd : module unknown". [root at TESTING
2005 Aug 11
URGENT: How to recover ext3 files?
Hi, After panic boot, I have executed fsck for the mount point and we couldn't find a single file. We have lot of directories under lost+found like this #3194985. Can anyone tell me how to recover the data from this folder? This is urgent. Thanks in advance for your help. Regards Kapil Sampath "Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they
2005 May 19
[Q] Where does all the space go?
I created a filesystem as follows: mke2fs -j -O dir_index -O sparse_super -T largefile /dev/drbd/6 Here's the the output from df Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% /dev/drbd/6 475G 33M 452G 1% It seems that ext3 has taken 23 GB, which is about 5% of the total disk size, for itself. Is that right? If that is, indeed, the case, why does df just list 33M as being
2005 Apr 24
Help needed to recover data from ext3 file system where mkfs was issued accidentally
Hi, I connected my harddisk which had ext3 filesystem and some files archived in it as slave device and issued "mkfs /dev/hdb2" accidentally. Immediately I issued Ctrl C and stopped the process. But before that it had deleted some 100 Blocks. After that I am unable to boot that hard disk as primary device. The system is asking me "please insert a valid boot device and press
2005 Feb 16
mke2fs options for very large filesystems (and corruption!)
...y is possible at the user level, and can really trash a filesystem, then this would appear to be a serious bug. Damian Menscher -- -=#| Physics Grad Student & SysAdmin @ U Illinois Urbana-Champaign |#=- -=#| 488 LLP, 1110 W. Green St, Urbana, IL 61801 Ofc:(217)333-0038 |#=- -=#| 4602 Beckman, VMIL/MS, Imaging Technology Group:(217)244-3074 |#=- -=#| <menscher at uiuc.edu> www.uiuc.edu/~menscher/ Fax:(217)333-9819 |#=- -=#| The above opinions are not necessarily those of my employers. |#=-
2005 May 22
FSCK of corrupted ext3 filesystem
Hello, I have a 1.3TB ext3 filesystem that has been in service for about 3 months. About 6 days ago the Emulex fibrechannel controller logged a SCSI error and the filesystem changed to RO. It appears that the filesystem instantly changes to RO and prevents the journal from working, therefore invalidating the filesystem. The filesystem was unmounted and a remount was attempted. The mount failed