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Re: CRC error after power off
On Mon, Jun 17, 2002 at 17:09:41 +0100, David Woodhouse wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> > Did you mean that it is sure that it has written all data, then
> > want's to write the new CRC and in this moment the machine was
> > powered off?
> No, it'll write the CRC first, but won't have finished writing the data;
> hence the CRC fails.
> > If you're paranoid, you could check which inode that particular data
> > node belongs to, and verify the contents.
> > Hum, how to to that? Add some debug code that prints the filename
> > that belongs to the inode?
> You need to print the inode number and then either ls -laiR and grep or
> enable sufficient debugging that you find the file which points to the
> inode, yes. You can't go from inode numbers to file names directly.
I'm not interested in the contents of this particular file. I thought
there will be no such things like CRC errors under normal
circumstances, including random power cycles.
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