On 4 January 2018 at 03:10, Michael Tuexen <tue...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> Not sure this helps: But we have seen this also after system panics
> when having soft update journaling enabled. Having soft update journaling
> disabled, we do not observed this after several panics.
> Just to be clear: The panics are not related to this issue,
> but to other network development we do.

Both of my new co-op students have encountered this as well: after a
panic (unrelated to the filesystem), SU+J fsck recovery runs at boot,
and than many cylinder checksum warnings are emitted by the kernel.
The students used the default installer configuration; it sounds like
we should disable SU+J by default in the installer until this issue is
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