Re: SU+J systems do not fsck themselves

2011-12-29 Thread David Thiel
On Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 12:57:31AM -0700, Scott Long wrote: So, there's an assumption with SUJ+fsck that SU is keeping the filesystem consistent. Maybe that's a bad assumption, and I'm not trying to discredit your report. But the intention with SUJ is to eliminate the need for anything

Re: SU+J systems do not fsck themselves

2011-12-29 Thread David Thiel
On Thu, Dec 29, 2011 at 03:02:14PM -0800, David Thiel wrote: = Machine 1, with journal: = Script started on Thu Dec 29 11:26:29 2011 fsck / ** /dev/ada0.eli Correction - machine 1 had an unclean shutdown. Will get additional logs soon

SU+J systems do not fsck themselves

2011-12-27 Thread David Thiel
I've had multiple machines now (9.0-RC3, amd64, i386 and earlier 9-CURRENT on ppc) running SU+J that have had unexplained panics and crashes start happening relating to disk I/O. When I end up running a full fsck, it keeps turning out that the disk is dirty and corrupted, but no mechanism is

Re: SU+J systems do not fsck themselves

2011-12-27 Thread David Thiel
On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 02:29:03PM -0800, Xin LI wrote: I'm not sure if your experiments are right here, the second log shows you're running it read-only, which is likely caused by running it on live file system. Yes, this most recent instance is me running it on a live FS, because I'm

Re: SU+J systems do not fsck themselves

2011-12-27 Thread David Thiel
On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 02:48:22PM -0800, Xin Li wrote: - use journalled fsck; - use normal fsck to check if the journalled fsck did the right thing. Ok, here is the log of fsck with and without journal. http://redundancy.redundancy.org/fscklog3 That was done the very next boot, after a

Re: SU+J systems do not fsck themselves

2011-12-27 Thread David Thiel
On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 11:54:20PM -0700, Scott Long wrote: The first run of fsck, using the journal, gives results that I would expect. The second run seems to imply that the fixes made on the first run didn't actually get written to disk. This is definitely an oddity. I see that you're

Re: TR : IPFilter

2003-02-09 Thread David Thiel
On Sun, Feb 09, 2003 at 07:42:42PM +0100, Coercitas Temet'Nosce wrote: Hello all, I was just wondering something regarding IPFilter and new FreeBSD 5.0 First, I was looking for IPF related functions in new Kernel building, didn't found them anywhere.maybe I did something wrong but not

new wi driver problems

2003-01-18 Thread David Thiel
A couple things regarding this new wireless driver - the wepkey option to ifconfig no longer seems to work; I get a SIOCS80211: Invalid argument. Secondly and more importantly, even when the wepkey is set via wicontrol, I can't seem to get any connectivity at all anymore. ifconfig wi0: