> > Did you ever see what happens when an ntfs fs runs out of inodes (or not
> > inodes since it is windows, it runs out of fat space) auto-cannibalism. I
> > saw a 100gig ntfs filesys containing over 300 peoples profiles/files get
> > corrupted like that. You couldn't delete files, they would delete ok but
> > then reappear a second later. Run rm -rvf on it and watch it delete the same
> > file for hours on end. + the backups which appeared to work fine wasn't
> > backing up anything. The files names would be there but no data. The joys of
> > telling hundreds of people "no we cant get those files back"
>> You have *got* to be kidding.
nope! I've had it happen to me,recently enough too for that matter. Though Thank Christ my backups had worked & a quick format later coupled with restoring relevant info & all was sorted(ish)
> And people use this in production environments?
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