Le 9 août 2010 à 14:39, Axel Dörfler a écrit : >> I suppose something like the inode got deleted but not the entry >> which points to it... >> Anything I could do ? > > Sure, reproducible bugs are the best! :-) > It could be interesting to see the block cache debug output, as well as > the one in BFS's Journal.cpp. It could be possible that you'll need to > add some more debug output that tracks what exactly went wrong > (possibly something before the actual error occurs). > If you don't have the time to look into it, how large is the partition? > If it doesn't contain personal data, you could give me a copy (for > example at the next BeGeistert). Well it's the one that contains all my source trees on the athlon. I should probably be able to copy the haiku trunk/ from it to a separate image, and retry svn cleanup on it, it happens every once in a row. If it doesn't happen on the copy then I suppose it's the original BFS data that is badly broken. François.