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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0005152||CentOS-6||kernel||public||2011-09-28 00:56||2011-09-28 11:01|
|Platform||ASUS M4A88-TDV, AMD 1055T||OS||CentOS||OS Version||6.0|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0005152: Data loss on Corsair F120 SSD after crash|
|Description||System crashes randomly. After crash, all data from last ~20 hours on SSD, which|
contains /boot/, /, swap, /home, and a data partition, is gone. Nothing in any
log. have noatime,discard,defaults as options in fstab for all partitions on SSD. The disk has been in use with no incident under F13 for the past two years.
My general impression (4 machines, 2 years, ZERO groubis that F13 is a much more solid distro than Centos6 (see previous bug for vmware).
|Steps To Reproduce||The crashes happen randomly, seemingly always at times when the machine is idle.|
(it has only happened twice, but data loss is not something I want to have to
get used to.)
|Additional Information||I can find nothing about this trouble in your material or in RHEL6 material,|
but it is devastating. It is NOT the disk, because it is well used and proven, but everything else is new. I gather that the trim capability is natively in the 2.6.32 kernel, but I ran with 2.6.32 under 64-bit F13 for a long time
before they went to 2.6.34 and had no trouble. I have now turned off discard
and will see what happens.
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