Dapper (32bit) AMD Lockups

ruscook ruscook_oz at yahoo.com.au
Mon Jan 16 10:14:19 UTC 2006

Thanks Julio,

I've done a fsck.reiserfs --rebuild-tree and I'm seeing how the machine
goes over the next few days. I'm guessing I had a badly corrupted
Maildir (with thousands of files in it) and this caused part of the
lockup/reboot issue when rsync ran as a cron job and tried to collect
files from that directory. 

I know it was rsync as since I've turned off that cron job the machine
hasn't locked up. The next step is to copy the Maildir directory back
from the server and see if that causes a problem. If not then I'll
re-enable the cron job and see what happens then.

Regards Russ

On Sun, 2006-01-15 at 18:54 -0200, Julio Biason wrote:

> On 15/01/06, Russell Cook <bike_oz at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> >  Jan 15 14:41:51 localhost kernel: [4317449.125000] ReiserFS: dm-0: warning: vs-7000: search_by_entry_key: search_by_keJan 15 14:41:51 localhost kernel: [4317449.125000] ReiserFS: dm-0: warning: zam-7001: io error in reiserfs_find_entry
> That "io error" in the end seems a little bit worrying. To me, it
> looks like the system can't find or head something in the disk.
> If it really was a hardware failure, another message about the device
> being "resetted" should've appear. It doesn't seem to be the case.
> I would suggest to backup everything and reformat it. But I'm not
> really sure if it will work.
> --
> Julio Biason <julio.biason at gmail.com>

Kind Regards Russell
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