[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2552] hammer recovery should indicate progress

Pierre Abbat via Redmine bugtracker-admin at leaf.dragonflybsd.org
Thu May 2 11:22:15 PDT 2013

Issue #2552 has been updated by phma.

It finished last night. It seems to have pulled about 150 GB out of a 53 GB partition, so I ran du to see how big it was. The result is nonsensical.
# du -hcs roothammer/*
-407 roothammer/PFS00000
-53P roothammer/PFS00001
 10M roothammer/PFS00002
-56P roothammer/PFS00003
-81P roothammer/PFS00004
118M roothammer/PFS00005
4.2G roothammer/PFS00006
301M roothammer/PFS00007
  0B roothammer/PFS00008
-690 total

Looking in PFS00001, I find these strange sizes:
 82P obj_0x0036748d01107d83
-520 obj_0x47554245444e2074
 57P obj_0x71444f61676d4943
-157 obj_0xffffffff00000000
and plenty of things that are obviously text or other garbage misinterpreted as object numbers, such as obj_0x2a20745f72656c64.
Bug #2552: hammer recovery should indicate progress

Author: phma
Status: New
Priority: Low
Target version: 

I'm running hammer recover on a 55 GB partition of an IDE drive and it's been running for about a day. I have no idea how long it'll take. It would be a good idea if, every few minutes, hammer recover would output how many blocks it's read and how many are left, or just a percentage.

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