Re: ext3/ext2 kernel bug with umlauts?
Am Freitag, 29. August 2008 19:57:55 schrieben Sie:
> Ok, I'll bet I know what the problem is; it was recently discussed on
> the ext3-users list. There is a workaround discussed here:
I first did the debugfs change, then created the ext3 journal with tune2fs,
then mounted the partition, then as you suggested
mv post/* post.new
mv: cannot stat `post/Badfenstert\374rumbau.doc': No such file or directory
mv: cannot stat `post/d-boxk\374ndigung2.doc': No such file or directory
and so on
Are you really sure that this is the same problem, because it only affects
filenames with umlauts (äöüßÄÖÜ in german), should a hash algorythm
problem not affect also filenames without them?
> and a patch here:
> I plan to send this patch to Linus during the 2.6.28 merge window.
> BTW, can someone with an ARM machine do me a favor (since I'm about to
> change the default hash algorithm in the next version of e2fsprogs)?
> Take the tst_hash program in the first mail message (msg00008.html)
> and run the following two commands, and send me back the output? I
> want to make sure that the half_md4 algorithm is faster on the ARM
> platform as well as on Intel.
> time tst_hash -q -a tea -n 3000000
> time tst_hash -q -a half_md4 -n 3000000
> - Ted