On September 26, 2002 08:42, Theodore Ts'o wrote:
> Hmm... I just tried biult 2.4.19 with the ext3 patch on my UP P3
> machine, using GCC 3.2, and I wasn't able to replicate your problem.
> (This was using Debian's gcc 3.2.1-0pre2 release from testing.)
The whole GCC 3.2 thing was a red herring. Although it ran stable for a few
hours last night (cvs up, compiled a kernel, etc), the filesystem was once
again read-only when I came to check my mail this morning.
The interesting fsck errors this time were:
245782 was part of the orphaned inode list FIXED
245792 was part of the orphaned inode list FIXED
245782,245792 don't exist according to ncheck.
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