Well reiserfs is probably a very bad choice at this point. It
does not have any bad blocks support (yet), so as soon as you have
a bad block you are stuck.
You should probably use ext2, along with the badblocks program to
check which blocks in the disk are bad. It will do a read-write
test, and either your disk will remap the bad blocks, or they will
Even so, keep your backups current...
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