The filesys is ext2 and I never though of checking the logs. The machines at
home, I'l l check it tonight
From: Nick Murtagh [mailto:murtaghn at tcd.ie]
Sent: 22 April 2002 09:30
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] kernel 2.4.18 quest
On Monday 22 April 2002 09:07, Satelle, StevenX wrote:
> I've just updated to kernel 2.4.18 from 2.2.19 and added the iptables
> patches. I rebooted and everything seemed to work ok. It wasn't until an
> hour or so later that I looked in /home, and found that everything was
> gone. 10 gig of stuff just wiped out and the correct partition was mounted
> as home. I rebooted this time choosing the 2.2.19 and /home was back. Does
> anyone know why it would disappear like that?
What filesystem was involved? I was going to suggest make sure you have
support for that compiled in, but if you managed to mount /home it
must be in there already...
Very odd. Any strange messages in the logs?
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