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Solaris 10: EXCESSIVE DUPLICATE FRAGMENTS

Hi All,

I have the following error:
# fsck -o f /var
/dev/md/dsk/d13 IS CURRENTLY MOUNTED READ/WRITE.
CONTINUE? y

** /dev/md/dsk/d13
** Currently Mounted on /var
** Phase 1 - Check Blocks and Sizes
FRAGMENT 100872 DUP I=3895 LFN 88
FRAGMENT 100873 DUP I=3895 LFN 89
FRAGMENT 100874 DUP I=3895 LFN 90
FRAGMENT 100875 DUP I=3895 LFN 91
FRAGMENT 100876 DUP I=3895 LFN 92
FRAGMENT 100877 DUP I=3895 LFN 93
FRAGMENT 100878 DUP I=3895 LFN 94
FRAGMENT 100879 DUP I=3895 LFN 95
FRAGMENT 100936 DUP I=3895 LFN 96
FRAGMENT 100937 DUP I=3895 LFN 97
EXCESSIVE DUPLICATE FRAGMENTS I=3895
CONTINUE? y

FRAGMENT 9749 DUP I=3901 LFN 0
** Phase 1b - Rescan For More DUPS
FRAGMENT 9749 DUP I=271 LFN 5
FRAGMENT 100872 DUP I=3880 LFN 88
BAD STATE 0x52 TO BLKERR

How can I fix this?
And what might have caused it?


Thanks,

Unix OS

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yuzh

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Bellow is the portion of the SUN Docs article that seems to apply to this situation, but the recomended action is N/A
Could you explan this furture...


Thanks,

fragment-number DUP I=inode-number

 

Solaris 10:



block-number DUP I=inode-number

 

Cause
Inode inode-number contains a block number fragment-number, which is already claimed by the same or another inode. This error condition might generate the EXCESSIVE DUP BLKS error message in phase 1 if inode inode-number has too many block numbers claimed by the same or another inode. This error condition invokes phase 1B and generates the BAD/DUP error messages in phases 2 and 4.

Solaris 10: Inode inode-number contains a block number block-number, which is already claimed by the same or another inode. This error condition might generate the EXCESSIVE DUP BLKS error message in phase 1 if inode inode-number has too many block numbers claimed by the same or another inode. This error condition invokes phase 1B and generates the BAD/DUP error messages in phases 2 and 4.

Action
N/A

yuzh

>>recomended action is N/A
it means that you don't need to take any action, "fsck" fix it for you.
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