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RE: filesystem broken / bad entry in directory #248447030



It seems that you have a normal file been mark as directory.
538976266 = 0x2020200a, that is a new line plugs three space.
14637 = 0x392d = '-','9'. Looks like a text file to me.

#248447030 is the inode number of the directory, which is
really big. "find . -inum 248447030" should locate the
parent directory which contain the entry for this directory.

Chris


> -----Original Message-----
> From: konrads emicovero com [mailto:konrads emicovero com]
> Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2003 3:51 PM
> To: ext3-users redhat com
> Subject: filesystem broken / bad entry in directory #248447030
> 
> 
> Jul 25 01:41:21 big kernel: EXT3-fs error (device 
> device-mapper(254,16)): 
> ext3_readdir: bad entry in directory #248447030: rec_len %% 4 != 0 - 
> offset=0, inode=538976266, rec_len=14637, name_len=49
> Jul 25 01:42:53 big kernel: EXT3-fs error (device 
> device-mapper(254,16)): 
> ext3_readdir: bad entry in directory #248447030: rec_len %% 4 != 0 - 
> offset=0, inode=538976266, rec_len=14637, name_len=49
> 
> these entries are in the logfile.
> 
> fsck does not fix them (ran multiple times). 
> When going trough fs via find, it shows multiple i/o errors. 
> Even file in 
> root of the filesystem displays an i/o error.
> 
> My idea was that if i could locate the mystical directory 
> #248447030 , i 
> could erase it/recreate it and be happy
> a) how do i locate
> b) what do i do now :)
> 
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