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Old 03-01-2010, 04:38 PM   #16
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I meant to send a last update to this series of posts. I wound up having to move the data, delete the parition, and re-create it. I formatted it ext3. (I don't know if the weird circumstances were specific to jfs or not, but I went ahead and chose a filesystem I have used for a long time, and where I have have never seen the oddness.) All is now well, though I wish I had learned what the problem was. Thanks. kkutac001


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