[ros-dev] Non-fatal filesystem corruption?

Sylvain Petreolle spetreolle at yahoo.fr
Wed Apr 26 10:51:11 CEST 2006


--- WaxDragon <waxdragon at gmail.com> a écrit :

> After I had linux complain at me during a file copy onto a ReactOS
> partition, I checked it with dosfsck, and found all some issues. 
> Since then I have been checking the partition I use for vmware after
> installs.  dosfsck has been finding errors every time.  I ran a quick
> regression test and it seems the was introduced between 0.2.8 and
> 0.2.9.    It seems that most of these errors are non fatal, as myself
> and others have not noticed this causing any problems. Still, it
> bothers me, since it could be causing a problem somewhere. GreyGhost
> claimed Windows was not finding any issues with his ros partition, can
> anyone confirm?
> 

I confirm I get the same behaviour here.
/dxdiagn.dll_
  File size is 2113536 bytes, cluster chain length is > 2113536 bytes.
  Truncating file to 2113536 bytes.
[skipping "bad file name" errors due to accentuated characters. ]
/Program Files/Creative/ShareDLL/PfMod.dll
  File size is 81920 bytes, cluster chain length is > 81920 bytes.
  Truncating file to 81920 bytes.
/Program Files/Creative/ShareDLL/PfModIntl.dll
  File size is 32768 bytes, cluster chain length is > 32768 bytes.
  Truncating file to 32768 bytes.
/Program Files/Creative/CTSETUP/CTSETUP.EXE
  File size is 438272 bytes, cluster chain length is > 442368 bytes.
  Truncating file to 438272 bytes.
/ReactOS/SYSTEM32/CONFIG/SYSTEM
  File size is 90112 bytes, cluster chain length is > 90112 bytes.
  Truncating file to 90112 bytes.
/ReactOS/SYSTEM32/CONFIG/SOFTWARE
  File size is 192512 bytes, cluster chain length is > 196608 bytes.
  Truncating file to 192512 bytes.
Checking for unused clusters.
Reclaimed 27 unused clusters (221184 bytes).


Kind regards,
Sylvain Petreolle (aka Usurp)
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