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Re: [Q] Is errors=panic safe to use, and will it detect a RAID gone psycho?



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Maurice Volaski schrieb:
> If I set the error behavior with tune2fs to panic, would this happen?
> That is, is this the type of error that would trigger a panic? Are there
> minor errors that could unnecessarily trigger one?

panic seems to be triggered in fs/ext3/super.c, there are some conditions
to met in ext3_handle_error() and ext3_abort(). either get a clue from
that or perhaps some ext2 guru can comment as to *when* exactly a panic is
triggered ;-)


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