Re: Warning and BUG with btrfs and corrupted image

From: Chris Mason
Date: Tue Jan 20 2009 - 08:11:37 EST

On Tue, 2009-01-20 at 07:31 +0100, Eric Sesterhenn wrote:
> Hi,
> * Pavel Machek (pavel@xxxxxxx) wrote:
> > Does ext2/3 and vfat survive that kind of attacks? Those are 'in
> > production' and should survive it...
> I regularly (once or twice a week) test 100 corrupted images of
> vfat, udf, msdos, swap, iso9660, ext2, ext3, ext4, minix, bfs, befs,
> hfs, hfs+, qnx4, affs and cramfs on each of my two test machines.
> They are all pretty stable, one remaining thing on my list i didnt have
> time to look into was an issue with fat (msdos) triggering a bug in
> buffer.c the other is a warning with ext4 in jbd2/checkpoint.c:166
> If there is a filesystem you are interested in thats not on the list
> or that you want me to test a bit more, just let me know

squashfs is in the kernel now, that would be good to see as well. I
didn't realize you were doing such extensive tests, thanks for doing


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