zarin at localhost.localdomain
Mon Jan 12 04:57:33 PST 2004
On Mon, 2004-01-12 at 01:25, Ryan.Oliver at pha.com.au wrote:
> Robert Day wrote:
> > Dunno it if twas just my dumb bad luck, a bad filesystem before the
> > switch or what... but a 120 gig EXT3 filesystem, after converting to
> > 2.6 kernel (just install in place of 2.4 on a running LFS) and booting
> > it, I startd getting ext3 errors, and in the end, the filesystem went so
> > corrupt that it died... totally.. as in fsck gave me a "/ inod is not
> > a directory" error (or some such thing)
> > I wonder if maybe the ext3 error handling code is not as nice as it was
> > in 2.4?
> One question, did you compile alsa drivers in?
> The only reference to filesystem corruption with 2.6 I could find turned
> up on the alsa list...
Indeed I did compile in ALSA support....
I am building a new LFS again - as I lost everything the last crash -
using 2.6.1. I'll avoid booting into it till I find out more info on
the ALSA issues..
Thanks, Rob Day (BOFH)
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