We are getting the following errors at random times during
Sometimes the machine boots fine
into multi-user mode and then typing
generates this error
EXT2-fs error (device 08:11): ext_check_blocks_bitmap: Block
#191 of the
inode table in group 165 is
EXT2-fs error (device 08:11): ext_check_blocks_bitmap: Wrong
count for group 165, sotred
= 7898, counted = 7899
EXT2-fs error (device 08:11): ext2_check_blocks_bitmap:
Wrong free blocks
count in super block,
sotred = 8603602, counted = 8603603
Some times on reboot the machine boots into single user mode
and fsck is
required to fix the
same type of errors
We have tried the following kernels and still produce the
2.0.35, 2.0.36, 2.2.1
The drives in question are IBM DDRS-39130 (9130MB)
The adapter an Adaptec AIC-7895
We are using the Linux Adaptec AIC7xxx scsi driver
We are also running RedHat v5.2
Has anybody encountered this before? What type of problem
imply? This happens on all 5
brand new IBM drives.
Thanks for your help!
University of Texas Physics Department
UNIX System Administrator
Physics Computer Group
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX. 78712
We would have to get one of these particular drives into the test lab
for us to accurately track down any problems. I will add this to our
list of needed hardware.
I was wondering if you might have a timetable for a solution to this
particular problem. We are using a Tyan 1836DLU motherboard with IBM
39130W 9.1GB drives. We're really stumped over here. We have tried
an Adaptec 2940UW adapter card and we still get the problem.
we put the adapter card into a Dell Optiplex GXM5166, the drive has
We also have a 4GB drive (IBM 34560W) with the root partition on it
and do not
seem to see a problem.
Note, that the subject drive model is WRONG, it is the IBM DDRS-39130
Thanks for you help,
I seem to have the same problem here, on an Asus T2P4 w/ Adaptec 2940U2W-LVD and
two IBM DNES-318350/LVD. I can partition the drive, and make a file system
(ext2) with the default mke2fs settings on it, and fsck reports everything is
fine. But when I create a partition >8GB (the drive is 17.5GB) and mount it, the
drive gets damaged with errors similar to those above, and fsck reports even
One partitions up to 8GB work, but when I split the drive into two partitions of
the same size and restart fdisk, it reports that the second one does not end on
cylinder boundary (it ends on the last cylinder though). I have tried the
bootparams "linear" and "aic7xxx=extended", but that does not help either.
As the aic7xxx module also lists these drives wrong at boottime ("IBM DNES-3"
followed by garbage) and the controller itself doesn't, might there be a problem
with this module?
Thanks for your help.
Oops, I forgot to mention it: I use RedHat 6.0.
I suspect that these problems have been fixed by later kernel's. Please reopen