About every 5-10 minutes, my freshly installed freeBSD 7.1 stable box
hangs and begains a kernal dump. I get the following error message:
dev = twed0s1d, block = 1, fs = /archive
panic: ffs_blkfree freeing free block
cpuid = 1
Uptime = 11m23s
Physical memory: 1011 MB
Dumping 67 MB: 52 36 20 4
/archive has no files in it as it is an empty filesystem. In fact, it's a
seperate spindle from the OS disk.
fsck does not resolve the problem:
#> umount /archive
#> fsck -t zfs /dev/twed0s1d
and I've verified that the disks involved don't have bad blocks. Since the
machine becomes non-responsive after the dump, I can't access logs or anything
to see what happened.
Machine is using ASUS P2B-D mainboard (dual 500Mhz PIII Intel), with a 3ware
7000-2 raid card. The 3ware has 2 Maxtor 200GB drives in a RAID-1; these would
normally be mounted as /archive. The volume is empty (no files).
Google shows lot's of people having similar problems with zfs, but no solutions
that I have found yet.
Anyone have any ideas?
John H. Nyhuis
Dept. of Pediatrics
HS RR541C, Box 356320
University of Washington
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