[Bug 453579] Re: in-place corruption of large files *without fsck or reboot* reported with linux 2.6.31-14.46 on ext4

Ramon ram130 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 08:28:42 UTC 2009


That's what I had use to know I got a bad sector in the first place. I tried
runing the short test and the other one that wasn't extended. All failed
before they could complete bout 90%. Tried just awhile ago and it failed to
continue runing after 10sec, saying cannot read. I jus ran a memtest, its
clean. Windows 7 finally booted, but saying it cannot access my desktop and
a lot of errors now, sumting about read error and corrupted files. Its just
problem after problem. I guess everyone else here is better off than me
right now?

On Nov 12, 2009 3:20 AM, "unggnu" <unggnu at googlemail.com> wrote:

The tool to check S.M.A.R.T in Karmic is called "Disk Utility" (gnome-
disk-utility) and it is also possible before with the smartmontools.

-- in-place corruption of large files *without fsck or reboot* reported with
linux 2.6.31-14.46 on...

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in-place corruption of large files *without fsck or reboot* reported with linux 2.6.31-14.46 on ext4
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