More File Sytem errors in Karmic
s.bello at sintechno.it
Sun Nov 15 10:28:12 GMT 2009
I have similar problems.
With US 8.10 and 64Studio no problems at all with my disk. After US9.10
install (full disk, reformatted and all) palimpsest prompted to warn
about disk problems.
I will change my disk and report if I'll have problems again.
On Sun, 2009-11-15 at 00:49 +0100, Robin Darlington wrote:
> Ok thank you for your anwsers. I will avoid using the sleep function
> for now.
> I think I was using suspend, not hibernate (I used the function zzzz
> on my acer aspire 5630 laptop). And I have a swap partition which is
> slightly bigger than my ram (996.2 swap for 993.2 ram) so that is no
> what is going on. It could be a bug or my disk. I will look through
> the bugs when I have time...
> I was running hardy up untill my karmic install and I had no disk
> trouble whatsoever so unless my disk is dying I suspect it to be a
> 2009/11/15 Tommy Hjalmarsson <tommy.h at bredband.net>
> Ricardo Lameiro wrote:
> > I am not shure, but i think that the problem is your disk
> > and not ubuntu. I dont have problems with my ubuntustudio
> > karmic sleeping. I use ext3.
> > 2009/11/14 Robin Darlington <robin.darlington at free.fr>
> > Hi everyone,
> > After having Filesystem errors on my ext4 install of
> > Ubuntu Studio Karmic I have reinstalled using an
> > ext3 file system.
> > While most of the time my system seems to work fine
> > now, when ever I use the sleep function I get
> > serious Filesystem errors ( I can't boot and have to
> > run fsck from a recovery shell ).
> > Doe's anyone know why this is and / or how to fix
> > it?
> > Many thanks for your time,
> > Robin
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> Is it?
> Hibernation may be unavailable with automatic partitioning
> The default partitioning recipe in the installer will in some
> cases allocate a swap partition that is smaller than the
> physical memory in the system. This will prevent the use of
> hibernation (suspend-to-disk) because the system image will
> not fit in the swap partition. If you intend to use
> hibernation with your system, you should ensure that the swap
> partition's size is at least as large as the system's physical
> /Tommy Hjalmarsson
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