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Bug #3047

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HAMMER critical write error

Added by samuel about 4 years ago. Updated over 2 years ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
-
Category:
-
Target version:
Start date:
07/29/2017
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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Description

Sorry for a very poor bug report

I reloaded i3wm, but it didn't come back up, after some minutes the gui went down with a HAMMER critical bulk write error, then ahci kept trying to find a safe slot, and not getting it. I could get the tty logins, but logging in didn't give me shell access -- I could simply type stuff on the screen. A reboot brought me to the grub loader, then not knowing any better, I simply entered 'reboot'. The reboot from that lost dragonfly as a grub entry

I've not lost any critical data as it is backed up, but I have lost the customizations to my first ever bsd install :). I'd spent time learning, and getting everything as I wanted. Is there a way I could get those back? But probably I should just start again

It was a stripped back kernel compiled from git source sometime after the 4.8 release (maybe 3 weeks ago). I've not had any other crashes or issues

Since this, I tried running update-grub and boot-repair from linux which wiped out the old grub...

I'm really happy otherwise. Thanks for creating a great system

Actions #1

Updated by liweitianux over 2 years ago

Hello. Do you have similar issues with recent DragonFly BSD? Thank you.

Actions #2

Updated by samuel over 2 years ago

That issue was possibly/probably related to filling up all available disk
space (60GB at the time)

I have tried to avoid that possibility since then, and brought some
external drives for dfly

So I've not seen it again... but also I've worked hard to not see it again

On Tue, 18 Jun 2019 at 14:41, <>
wrote:

Issue #3047 has been updated by liweitianux.

Hello. Do you have similar issues with recent DragonFly BSD? Thank you.

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Bug #3047: HAMMER critical write error
http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3047#change-13697

  • Author: samuel
  • Status: New
  • Priority: Normal
  • Assignee:
  • Category:
  • Target version:
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    Sorry for a very poor bug report

I reloaded i3wm, but it didn't come back up, after some minutes the gui
went down with a HAMMER critical bulk write error, then ahci kept trying to
find a safe slot, and not getting it. I could get the tty logins, but
logging in didn't give me shell access -- I could simply type stuff on the
screen. A reboot brought me to the grub loader, then not knowing any
better, I simply entered 'reboot'. The reboot from that lost dragonfly as
a grub entry

I've not lost any critical data as it is backed up, but I have lost the
customizations to my first ever bsd install :). I'd spent time learning,
and getting everything as I wanted. Is there a way I could get those
back? But probably I should just start again

It was a stripped back kernel compiled from git source sometime after the
4.8 release (maybe 3 weeks ago). I've not had any other crashes or issues

Since this, I tried running update-grub and boot-repair from linux which
wiped out the old grub...

I'm really happy otherwise. Thanks for creating a great system

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