[PC-BSD Testing] Mangled entry error after force shutdown from desktop hang

claive alvin Acedilla cabpacedilla at gmail.com
Tue May 1 20:39:40 PDT 2012

My hardware is fine because I was doing power button force shutdowns before
in ubuntu. Ubuntu was installed on the other partition of same hard disk
where i installed PCBSD. I did power buttin shut downs many times in ubuntu
during ubuntu lockups but it did not mangled the linux filesystem

On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 4:24 PM, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org> wrote:

>  On 04/30/2012 15:45, claive alvin Acedilla wrote:
> I think I have already reproduced this three times but I do not know if my
> steps are reproducible.
> I reproduce this when I installed and uninstalled XFCE from system
> packages, log out, then login to LXDE.  Then logout LXDE, I noticed that I
> cannot logout to gdm because there is bug that you cannot logout to gdm
> when you removed XFCE from system packages. So what I did was force
> shutdown.
> Then after booted again I got like this error: "panic: ufs_dirbad:
> /backuphd: bad dir ino 22259126 at offset 0: mangled entry"
> PCBSD will not boot even it restarted by itself.
> I also reproduced this when PCBSD desktop was hanging for I dont know the
> reason and anything is not responding, so what I did was force shutdown the
> power button and I get again the mangled entry error on the next boot.
> It seems that when the whole PCBSD desktop is hanging or "locked state"
> and do a force shutdown will mangle the filesystem.
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> This looks more serious than some files being left over from uninstalling
> packages. A ufs_dirbad error like that can be a hardware or UFS filesystem
> bug. Take a look here:
> http://phaq.phunsites.net/2007/07/01/ufs_dirbad-panic-with-mangled-entries-in-ufs/
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