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On May 22, 2009, at 2:25 PM, Mike Ahern wrote:
These problems are almost always traceable to a faulty filesystem.
1) Remove the current ACLs, if any on any affected files.
2) Reboot the system stand alone and/or with the affected volume quiescent.
3a) Repair the filesystem.
3b) If necessary rebuild the entire volume directories by cloning the filesystem to another volume using asr in file mode and then cloning it back. This will result in all new volume structures for the filesystem free of any corruption and without any fragmentation.
4) Re-add the necessary ACLs.
This is only necessary because the filesystem is corrupt, often caused by improper system shutdown or silent data corruption. Your problems, and these remedies, should not be required on "good" filesystems.
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