Re: OT: strange disk crash after upgrade
On Thu, 27 Aug 1998, Raul Miller wrote:
>Federico Di Gregorio <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Sorry for this little out-of-topic question but the problem happened
>> to the machine I use to do Debian work and nobody on the IRC was able
>> to help me...
>Ok, but you might want to try debian-user...
>> But the worse part is that now I have in lost+found a lot of files I
>> can't remove! Example:
>> br-sr-sr-x 1 30063 28001 111, 77 Jan 30 1987 #21311
>> drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 1024 Jul 24 08:57 #2234
>> ?rwsrwsrwt 1 65535 65535 4294967295 Jan 1 1970 #2241
>First thing to try is
># cd /var/lost+found && chmod 666 *
When things get stuffed badly enough that you get SUID block device files
appearing out of no-where a chmod won't fix it. "debugfs" appears to be the
only possibly solution.
I believe that Ted is working on e2fsck support for getting the file system
to a state where "rm" will work.
This is what they pay me for.