File System ???
lgrover at zoominternet.net
Wed Jul 13 02:35:14 UTC 2005
Hugh Crissman wrote:
> * Mike Bird <mgb-ubuntu at yosemite.net> [2005-07-12 14:56:36]:
>> Check that your disk parameters are coming up the same each boot.
>> Some combinations of BIOS and hard drive will shift around a bit,
>> making file systems unfindable, unless you have LBA or Large or
>> whatever they are happy with.
>> Not sure what you mean by ext3 large files. We have oodles of
>> 1GB ext3 files on our news server and haven't lost one yet.
>> --Mike Bird
> I just meant the large files(800Mb-1Gb videos) on the partition.
> And after power outage, no mount for me. Maybe it was not the files
> size but the fact that it was a NFS exported filesystem also?
Are you exporting with the "async" option? According to the exports
Using this option usually improves performance, but at the cost
that an unclean server restart (i.e. a crash) can cause data to
be lost or corrupted.
Could this be causing your problem?
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