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The Monday 2006-12-25 at 15:55 -0500, John E. Perry wrote:
If it were a
bug, you would be reporting it to bugzilla to have it solved.
If I had something worthwhile to say, probably. Who to I say "my root
partition suddenly became unavailable, and I had to restore it with
fsck.reiser from my rescue cd, and I have no idea what the problem was"?
Collapse, like what? In normal use?
As I said before, after one of the zen updates, I rebooted, and the root
partition was corrupt. fsck.reiser from the install cd printed hundreds
of lines during the two stages of repair, which I did not try to write
down, and which, as far as I know, are not preserved anywhere on the
That's not a bug, that was a corrupted filesystem, one of many in any
What is diferent in reiser is that it is more complex, and the recovery
from complex breakdowns can't be done from the automatic boot script
And the filesystem was repaired fully, no? So everything going as it
Not a bug.
Carlos E. R.
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