Eep. Child "ncp.cfg" (ino #344) of dir ino #88 doesn't exist!
dwmw2 at infradead.org
Fri May 3 18:07:15 EDT 2002
jm1 at angert.net said:
> Today we rebooted it with the latest MTD CVS code (as of 5/2/02) and
> Eep. Child "ncp.cfg" (ino #344) of dir ino #88 doesn't exist!
> in the syslog.
OK, that looks like filesystem corruption of some kind - you have a
directory entry for inode #344, but the inode itself doesn't exist.
Does it printk any other clues as to why that happened? Nodes with a bad
> I am unable to delete the bad entry from the dir inode:
> # perl -e "unlink 'ncp.cfg';"
> # ls -la
> ls: ./ncp.cfg: Input/output
That's very odd. Can you print the return code (and errno) of the unlink()
syscall? That really ought to work.
Can you compile with CONFIG_JFFS2_FS_DEBUG=1, set /proc/sys/kernel/printk
to 9 and log the kernel's output during mount and unlink attempts?
I assume the old kernel is showing the same behaviour if you reboot back to
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