[mythtv-users] Not really a Myth question...

Paul Friedrichsmeyer infinisource at gmail.com
Mon Aug 23 22:50:10 UTC 2010

Not full at all... 32% used.  The fsck logs don't show anything in them.  I
don't have any custom cron jobs other than the mythtv cron job that is
install by default.

On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 5:37 PM, Brian Wood <beww at beww.org> wrote:

> On Monday, August 23, 2010 04:29:48 pm Paul Friedrichsmeyer wrote:
> > But thought I would start here since I haven't found an answer yet...  I
> > have a JFS Mounted partition where all MythTV Recorded files are stored
> to.
> > The other night I noticed that all files were gone and moved to the
> > Lost+Found directory.  I ran a fsck and it stated that the drive /
> > partition was fine.  The badblocks command didn't find any bad sectors on
> > the drive either.  The only problem I face now is the files that were
> > moved to the Lost+Found directory were renamed to something like -
> > I008193.RCN - which I presume is referencing where the file was found in
> > the inode location?  How do I move those files back to their original
> > location with their original file names?  Or am I screwed and I am going
> > to have to move them manually or say to heck with it? :)
> >
> > Any help / insight would be appreciated!
> I assume you have checked your logs for any useful information. Are you
> running any cron jobs that might have triggered
> this?
> How near full was the filesystem? I seem to recall reading something about
> problems with almost-full JFS filesystems.
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