Re: corrupted kernel module files with 2.6.18-3 on ext3
On Wednesday 20 December 2006 18:08, Gudjon I. Gudjonsson wrote:
> Sorry, I may be wrong but is it possible that you have installed libattr1
> 2.4.35? The problems seem similar to the problems I saw on my computers a
> few days ago. The problem has been fixed with an emergency release of
Thanks Gudjon, an libattr1 update solved (all) the problems .
> Þann Miðvikudagur 20. desember 2006 17:50 skrifaði henk:
> > On Tuesday 19 December 2006 21:20, Stephen Olander Waters wrote:
> > > I've run into this weird filesystem and/or kernel problem where my
> > > kernel module files get corrupted (they live on my root partition).
> > >
> > > This is my root partition. To fix it (temporarily) I boot into rescue
> > > mode, shutdown networking and various daemons, unmount other
> > > filesystems, and issue "mount -o ro,remount /" to remount / readonly. I
> > > run fsck on it and it fixes the problems, though sometimes the modules
> > > are deleted and I have to reinstall the kernel package.
> > >
> > > Has anyone else noticed this? Should I just file a debian bug and
> > > forget about it or should I report it to the ext3 maintainers or...?
> > At work I have a sid i386 with the same sort of problem.
> > ls works, ls -l gives an error message.
> > On top of that I can't login into KDE, can't open new files with KDE
> > programs under gnome.
> > I can still work with the box, but it is sub-optimal.
> > Didn't have the time to look into it, but yes i have noticed it.
> > Mzzl
> > Henk