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Re: Question about EXT3 error messages in /var/log/messages



Okay - so it is the major and minor numbers - thanks!  That means that md2
is the culprit...

Does this mean that I have a drive failing in this raid or could the
filesystem just need an fsck?

Thanks
Mark

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark Basil" <mbasil alabanza com>
To: <mcuss cdlsystems com>
Cc: <ext3-users redhat com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 1:08 PM
Subject: Re: Question about EXT3 error messages in /var/log/messages


> Mark C.,
>
> Try
>
> ls -l /dev/ | grep "9,   2"
>
> -Mark B.
>
> On Wed, 2004-04-14 at 14:43, Mark Cuss wrote:
> > Hello list
> >
> > I've been having the following error messages pop up in my kernel log:
> >
> > Apr 12 04:08:09 hal kernel: EXT3-fs error (device md(9,2)):
ext3_readdir:
> > bad entry in directory #2670595: rec_len %% 4 != 0 - offset=0,
> > inode=827218527, rec_len=20275, name_len=73
> > Apr 12 04:08:14 hal kernel: EXT3-fs error (device md(9,2)):
ext3_readdir:
> > bad entry in directory #2670596: rec_len %% 4 != 0 - offset=0,
> > inode=861103477, rec_len=95, name_len=95
> > Apr 12 04:08:17 hal kernel: EXT3-fs error (device md(9,2)):
ext3_readdir:
> > bad entry in directory #2670597: rec_len %% 4 != 0 - offset=0,
> > inode=1601531495, rec_len=30819, name_len=120
> > Apr 12 04:08:20 hal kernel: EXT3-fs error (device md(9,2)):
ext3_readdir:
> > bad entry in directory #2670598: rec_len %% 4 != 0 - offset=0,
> > inode=1634890872, rec_len=29795, name_len=111
> > Apr 12 04:08:32 hal kernel: EXT3-fs error (device md(9,2)):
ext3_readdir:
> > bad entry in directory #2670599: rec_len %% 4 != 0 - offset=0,
> > inode=1951614277, rec_len=12337, name_len=95
> >
> > I've done some searching and talked to some people on another mailing
> > list...  I can't seem to figure out which device these errors occur
on...
> > I'd been told that the "device md(9,2)" ID indicates major 9 and minor
2,
> > and I've also been told that the 9 is the SCSI channel once 8 is
subtracted
> > from is (so, 1 in this case), and that 2 is the SCSI Id of the offending
> > device in that channel.
> >
> > So, I'm a little lost here.  I figured the experts here could let me
know
> > how to map the reported ID numbers to a physical disk or RAID device.
> >
> > Thanks in advance!
> >
> > Mark
> >
> > Mark Cuss, B. Sc.
> > Real Time Systems Analyst
> > System Administrator
> > CDL Systems Ltd
> > Suite 230
> > 3553 - 31 Street NW
> > Calgary, AB, Canada
> >
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> >
> >
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