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Re: ext3 dead after testing 2.6.0-test5



On Mit, 10 Sep 2003, Norbert Preining wrote:
> I was testing 2.6.0-test5, but got lots of
> 	journal aborted
> errors.
> 
> Then I Sysrq-s/u/b and wanted to boot 2.4.23-pre3 or 2.4.22, but 
> 	ext3 error: cannot find root fs
> 	cannot mount because of unsupported optional feature (4)
> after trying to mount it with ext2 (rootfstype=ext2, not working) I
> rebooted again into 2.4.22, this time there was just severe fs
> corrpution, illegal blocks, inodes, fsck.

One more point: When fsck-ing the fs, I get:

Inode 8 has illegal block(s). Clear<y>? yes

Illegal block #XXXX (nnnnnn) in inode 8. CLEARED
...
Too many illegal blocks in inode 8.
Clear inode<y>? yes

Restarting e2fscl from the beginning ...


And this goes on and on and on. Always inode 8.

Is there any chance to recreate the fs???

Best wishes

Norbert

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