On Tue, 08 Jan 2002 10:53:41 -0600, Steve Lord wrote:
>So all of these are single byte errors in the directory names. From the
>case we looking into detail on we saw that the name was correct at one
>point in the code - we managed to create the correct hash, but the
>directory name block has a single byte error. Once names are layed
>down into the directory block we never touch them, so there is very
>little code which has a chance to mess with the bytes.
Hmmmm. I don't like what you're suggesting... :-(
You think the problem might be within the RAID firmware?
>Is is possible to turn your raid into a jbod and do this on software
>raid instead - I do not think the config is important. I want to see
>if the error is going to change if we take the hardware raid out of
No, I can't reconfigure it as a JBOD. :-(
Do you happen to know some sort of tool that might be able to do this kind of
"integrity checks?" Or any other idea what I could do to make sure it isn't
the RAID that's causing the problems?
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