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Date:	Fri, 1 Apr 2011 15:27:22 GMT
Subject: [Bug 32182] EXT4-fs error: bad header/extent

--- Comment #2 from Ramses de Norre <>  2011-04-01 15:27:22 ---
I don't have to do anything to reproduce it, the errors show up in dmesg while
starting up programs mostly. I also don't think there was a specific trigger
that caused it, just normal fs usage.
I guess there is either some corruption in my file system that fsck does not
fix or that the kernel is reporting errors while it shouldn't.
I can provide you with more debug info, but I'm not that familiar with the
tools to do so, if you could explain what data you need to understand where the
bug sits, I'd be happy to provide it to you.


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