[Bug 453579] Re: in-place corruption of large files *without fsck or reboot* reported with linux 2.6.31-14.46 on ext4
bryan.christ at gmail.com
Tue Jan 19 18:35:05 UTC 2010
I have experienced data corruption on 2 different systems using ext4 on
flash media. One of the drives was an Intel SSD drive and the other was
a SanDisk Cruzer USB flash drive. I reproduced the problem several
times with the both of these drives on two different hardware systems.
Here's how I reproduced the problem:
1. Install Ubuntu 9.10 32-bit on USB flash drive...
- /boot ext2 500MB (primary)
- swap 500MB (primary)
- / ext4 rest-of-drive (primary)
2. Install latest updates with Update Manager.
3. Reboot and observe corruption.
I have repeated a similar experiment on Fedora 12 with no file-system
in-place corruption of large files *without fsck or reboot* reported with linux 2.6.31-14.46 on ext4
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