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Hey guys, I just tried to boot my UP Pentium 4 with an Intel PIIX4 IDE controller, but I get the following panic: | Mounting root from ufs:/dev/ad0s2a | WARNING: / was not properly dismounted | Pre-seeding PRNG: kickstart. | Loading configuration files. | Entropy harvesting: interrupts ethernet point_to_point kickstart. | swapon: adding /dev/ad0s2b as swap device | Starting file system checks: | /dev/ad0s2a: 993 files, 21581 used, 105258 free (1578 frags, 12960 blocks, 1.2% fragmentation) | /dec/ad0s2e: DEFER FOR BACKGROUND CHECKING | /dec/ad0s2f: DEFER FOR BACKGROUND CHECKING | /dec/ad0s2d: DEFER FOR BACKGROUND CHECKING | WARNING: /tmp was not properly ...

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    Default FreeBSD 5.4-PRERELEASE: panic in ffs_valloc

    Hey guys,

    I just tried to boot my UP Pentium 4 with an Intel PIIX4 IDE controller, but
    I get the following panic:

    | Mounting root from ufs:/dev/ad0s2a
    | WARNING: / was not properly dismounted
    | Pre-seeding PRNG: kickstart.
    | Loading configuration files.
    | Entropy harvesting: interrupts ethernet point_to_point kickstart.
    | swapon: adding /dev/ad0s2b as swap device
    | Starting file system checks:
    | /dev/ad0s2a: 993 files, 21581 used, 105258 free (1578 frags, 12960 blocks, 1.2% fragmentation)
    | /dec/ad0s2e: DEFER FOR BACKGROUND CHECKING
    | /dec/ad0s2f: DEFER FOR BACKGROUND CHECKING
    | /dec/ad0s2d: DEFER FOR BACKGROUND CHECKING
    | WARNING: /tmp was not properly dismounted
    | WARNING: /usr was not properly dismounted
    | WARNING: /var was not properly dismounted
    | mode = 01000, inum = 24775, fs = /var
    | panic: ffs_valloc: dup alloc
    | Uptime: 15s

    When I boot the machine in single user mode and try to fsck the partition, I
    get the following error like a hundred times:

    | PARTIALLY ALLOCED INODE I=24764
    | UNEXPECTED SOFT UPDATE INCONSISTENCY
    |
    | CLEAR? yes

    and eventually:

    | fsck_ufs: bad inode number 24768 to nextinode

    So this would mean my /var is dead? :D Is it possible to restore my /var
    somehow without not reinstalling the machine? (I installed it like 2 weeks
    ago) :(

    Yours,
    --
    Ed Schouten <fontys.nl>

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    Default Re: FreeBSD 5.4-PRERELEASE: panic in ffs_valloc

    On Thu, Mar 24, 2005 at 06:59:05AM +0100, Ed Schouten wrote: 

    Unfortunately that's a relatively common bug that no-one's been able
    to track down yet. It is sometimes associated to failing drives, but
    not always.

    Kris

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    Default Re: FreeBSD 5.4-PRERELEASE: panic in ffs_valloc

    * Kris Kennaway <org> wrote: 

    I reinstalled my machine yesterday and it Just Works (tm), except for this
    warning in my dmesg:

    | ad0: WARNING - READ_DMA UDMA ICRC error (retrying request) LBA=49904459

    where LBA is always the same number. Does that mean my disk has a bad block?

    Yours,
    --
    Ed Schouten <fontys.nl>

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