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Re: non-standard errno: -990

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Subject: Re: non-standard errno: -990
From: Andrew Klaassen <ak@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2001 10:37:30 -0400
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On Thu, Aug 09, 2001 at 12:23:05AM +0200, 
Seth Mos wrote:

> What compiler did you use? Some people had some weird issues
> with the redhat compiler differing from machine to machine.

egcs-2.91.66

There's one more compile note which may (or may not) be of
interest - I applied ide.2.4.7-p3.all.07092001.patch to the tree
after applying patch-2.4.7-xfs-2001-07-22.  (The tree was
initially virgin.)

> > ...the "-990" error, though, definitely seems to be
> > associated with a mounted filesystem...

> It must be to generate one :-)

But it's *still* mounted; that's the thing.  When I read in the
FAQ that this error means that XFS has shut the disk down, I
don't expect it to still be mounted...

> >   kernel: spurious 8259A interrupt: IRQ15.

> What is the parallel port doing on the second IDE controller
> IRQ?

I just put these extra kernel messages in for context.  This one
is harmless, as far as I can tell...

http://uwsg.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0012.0/0694.html

...as are the rest that I included.  Just normal bootup stuff.

This, though...

> >   kernel: nfsd: non-standard errno: -990

And this...

> >   os.mkdir(d, 0775) OSError: [Errno 990]
> >   Unknown error 990: 
> > '/n/bubba1/Projects/20_Million/COMP/scenes/hol183_8/film'

> You will have errors on this fs that will need repairing.
> Let's see if we can find some further clues.
> 
> Do you see more messages with 990 in it in /var/log/messages?

Nope.  Just one.

Andrew Klaassen


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