Slobodan Aleksić schreef:
This is not the unique, might have been unnoticed, filesystem usage that you'd expect for new bugs to occur. So my guess is that there might be a problem with your hardware. What doesHello everyone, I don't know how to catogorize this:I am using Debian/Squeeze on a laptop with an encrypted ext3 filesystem. (Encryption done through the debian-installer). I have a h2-database running. It got corrupted many times. I had to " touch /forcefsck" and after a reboot and the forced filesystemcheck all was again okay. The same problem appeared with downloaded ISOs. I ran md5sum checks on the ISO and they were wrong. After forcing a fsck at boottime the md5sum of the ISOs were correct!
smartctl -H /dev/yourdrive tell you? Also try smartctl --test=short /dev/yourdrive and then smartctl --test=long /dev/yourdrive Hopefully this uncovers something useful. Sjoerd
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