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Date:      Thu, 7 Dec 1995 09:20:57 -0600 (CST)
From:      Timothy Brown <tb@MO.NET>
Subject:   Filesystems corrupted - what's up with this?
Message-ID:  <Pine.BSD/.3.91.951207091647.5758A-100000@Walden.MO.NET>

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System:	Dell P75 DimensionXPS, EIDE, 1GB HD
	~350M Dedicated to FreeBSD
	FreeBSD v2.1.0

Okay... just installed FreeBSD the other day and I like it a lot.  This 
morning and last night i've had to deal with massive filesystem 
corruption.  A lotof files are getting screwed up and i'm not sure what 
to do.

The thing that alerts me to the files is "bad arguments" or similar 
things.  I then run an fsck and I get all sorts of errors - none in 
particular but the whole conglomerate of them.  Yesterday it was my /etc/ 
directory, now its my /bin directory.  I've tried djust about everything 
I know how to do with this problem.

I really would prefer not to go back to Linux, folks.  If anybody has any 
idea what's going on (by the way, i'm running a custom kernel) or needs 
an account on the system or whatever and can help me out with this, i'd 
appreciate it.  Thanks!


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