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 File corruption accessing files on a large-file-enabled fs using RM-Cobol
RM-Cobol is constantly reporting status 9838s (corrupt index) on files
contained in large-file enabled filesystem. Only one of the files is
actually > 2GB but we are getting status 98s on all the files.

It may have something to do with a dud free-list as file contents seem
to be getting corrupted with bits of other files.

defragfs and fsck are being run regularly to no avail.

Any ideas ?



 Sat, 17 Apr 2004 19:35:02 GMT   
 File corruption accessing files on a large-file-enabled fs using RM-Cobol
I have seen something like this with Microfocus Cobol - are they the same
thing? We investigated a lot of possible causes but the problem hasn't
recurred. Can you detail the hardware and software environment? All the
way down to the disks?


 Sun, 18 Apr 2004 01:38:53 GMT   
 
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