In response to Jim <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> I have a computer that is in a situation where it is losing power
> occasionally. All but one of the filesystems are going along fine.
> Once file system seems to lose data on a power outage. Even if it only
> reads a file, and doesn't write it, it may still lose a file (ex,
> about half the audio files on my xmms playlist, a couple data files in
> my wine directory that, to my knowledge, are unlikely to be written
> after they are first installed).
> 
> What I'd like to do is get an output of the flags and options on my
> filesystems to see what is different between that filesystem and the
> others. Any suggestion on how to do that? This particular FS has
> lasted through several rebuilds since it doesn't hold OS critical
> stuff, just data files.

tunefs -p and/or dumpfs -m

> Any suggestions?

Sounds like you're on the right track with hunting this down.  Perhaps
turn softupdates off and mount the filesystem sync if you're seeing
lots of power outages.

-- 
Bill Moran
http://www.potentialtech.com
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