PRs for tag 'ufs'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'ufs' as of 5-30-2014. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.
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PRs for tag 'ufs':
|o||2013/05/23||kern/178854||fs||[ufs] FreeBSD kernel crash in UFS|
|o||2013/04/05||kern/177658||fs||[ufs] FreeBSD panics after get full filesystem with ufs snapshot|
|o||2012/12/08||kern/174279||fs||[ufs] UFS2-SU+J journal and filesystem corruption|
|o||2012/05/16||kern/167979||fs||[ufs] DIOCGDINFO ioctl does not work on 8.2 file systems|
|o||2012/04/13||kern/166912||fs||[ufs] [panic] Panic after converting Softupdates to journaled softupdates|
|o||2012/02/29||kern/165559||[ufs] [patch] ufsmount.h uses the 'export' keyword as a structure member name|
|o||2012/02/22||kern/165392||fs||[ufs] [patch] Multiple mkdir/rmdir fails with errno 31|
|o||2012/01/25||kern/164472||fs||[ufs] fsck -B panics on particular data inconsistency|
|o||2012/01/15||kern/164184||fs||[ufs] [panic] Kernel panic with ufs_makeinode|
|o||2011/10/21||kern/161864||fs||[ufs] removing journaling from UFS partition fails on gpt-labelled disk|
|o||2011/09/28||kern/161112||fs||[ufs] [lor] filesystem LOR in FreeBSD 9.0-BETA3|
|f||2011/09/20||kern/160860||fs||[ufs] Random UFS root filesystem corruption with SU+J [regression]|
|o||2011/08/19||kern/159930||fs||[ufs] [panic] kernel core|
|p||2011/04/21||kern/156545||fs||[ufs] mv could break UFS on SMP systems|
|o||2011/04/05||kern/156193||fs||[ufs] [hang] UFS snapshot hangs && deadlocks processes|
|o||2010/12/10||kern/152991||[ufs] false disk full with a too slow flash module|
|o||2010/10/06||kern/151251||fs||[ufs] Can not create files on filesystem with heavy usage|
|o||2010/06/03||kern/147420||fs||[ufs] [panic] ufs_dirbad, nullfs, jail panic (corrupt inode)|
|o||2010/03/31||kern/145246||fs||[ufs] dirhash in 7.3 gratuitously frees hashes when it shouldn't [regression]|
|o||2010/03/21||kern/144929||fs||[ufs] [lor] vfs_bio.c + ufs_dirhash.c|
|o||2009/12/27||kern/142068||fs||[ufs] BSD labels are got deleted spontaneously|
|o||2009/08/31||kern/138421||fs||[ufs] [patch] remove UFS label limitations|
|o||2009/07/21||kern/136968||fs||[ufs] [lor] ufs/bufwait/ufs (open)|
|o||2009/07/20||kern/136945||fs||[ufs] [lor] filedesc structure/ufs (poll)|
|o||2009/06/11||kern/135469||fs||[ufs] [panic] kernel crash on md operation in ufs_dirbad|
|o||2009/03/23||kern/132960||fs||[ufs] [panic] panic:ffs_blkfree: freeing free frag|
|o||2009/03/05||kern/132331||fs||[ufs] [lor] LOR ufs and syncer|
|o||2008/11/27||kern/129231||fs||[ufs] [patch] New UFS mount (norandom) option - mostly useful for building redundant NFS servers|
|o||2008/10/01||kern/127787||fs||[lor] [ufs] Three LORs: vfslock/devfs/vfslock, ufs/vfslock, user map/vfs|
|o||2008/08/05||kern/126287||fs||[ufs] [panic] Kernel panics while mounting an UFS filesystem with snapshot enabled|
|a||2008/07/14||kern/125613||trasz||[ufs] [patch] ACL problems with special files|
|o||2007/11/25||bin/118249||fs||[ufs] mv(1): moving a directory changes its mtime|
|o||2007/11/10||kern/117954||fs||[ufs] dirhash on very large directories blocks the machine for tens of seconds|
|o||2007/07/17||kern/114676||fs||[ufs] snapshot creation panics: snapacct_ufs2: bad block|
|o||2007/04/17||kern/111782||fs||[ufs] dump(8) fails horribly for large filesystems|
|o||2006/12/01||kern/106107||fs||[ufs] left-over fsck_snapshot after unfinished background fsck if filesystem clean|
|o||2006/10/14||kern/104406||fs||[ufs] Processes get stuck in "ufs" state under persistent CPU load|
|o||2006/03/23||kern/94849||fs||[ufs] rename on UFS filesystem is not atomic|
|o||2006/03/21||kern/94769||fs||[ufs] Multiple file deletions on multi-snapshotted filesystems causes hang|
|o||2004/10/22||bin/73019||fs||[ufs] fsck_ufs(8) cannot alloc 607016868 bytes for inoinfo|
|o||2004/07/13||kern/68978||fs||[panic] [ufs] crashes with failing hard disk, loose pointers in kernel?|
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