Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 74384
file system error
Last modified: 2005-10-31 17:00:50 EST
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Description of problem:
Whenever after reboot the computer, all binary files on the second partition
was changed (although size not changed) and cannot run any more.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.huge disk ATA RAID (4X WD120G ATA100 disks,0+1 RAID results in 240G virtual
2.plug RAID card in 66M PCI slot
3.creat more than two partitions on the RAID virtual disk
4.binary files on the second partion.
Actual Results: All binary software files on the second partion become
unuseable. And some files attribute becomes strange like this: ?rwxrwxrwx,
even root cannot del these files because the '?'. Very occasionally the ascII
files be changed by adding number of '@' in the begining. No error found if
using other OS like WindowsXP, FreeBSD.
CPU: 2X Athlon MP 2000+
RAID card: RocketRAID133
harddisk: 4X WD 120G ATA100 / no hard disk on system ATA slot
On another computer (all components are the same except that the hard disks
are Seagate 60G ATA100 X4) we cannot see the bug.
unfortionatly linux currenlty doesn't support the highpoint raid in raid0+1 mode
(only in raid0)
*** Bug 74385 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***