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the output of verify

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h_31
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the output of verify

OS is Digital V4.0D.I use
'/sbin/advfs/verify â r root_domain',there are some output.Have they any problems?I have upload the output.Could you help me to analyze the output?Thank yo
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h_31
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Re: the output of verify

OS is Digital V4.0D.I use
'/sbin/advfs/verify -r root_domain',there are some output.Have they any problems?I have upload the output.Could you help me to analyze the output?Thank yo
Venkatesh BL
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Re: the output of verify

Looks likes there were some minor discrepencies in the domain...nothing major to worry.
Mobeen_1
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Re: the output of verify

h,
nothing major indicated there in. Looks ok

rgds
Mobeen
h_31
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Re: the output of verify

Thank you.I want to know what the content's meaning is:
'verify: bad link count for ino/tag 510
verify: link count = 2, expected 1
verify: bad link count for ino/tag 513
verify: link count = 3, expected 2
verify: bad link count for ino/tag 514'


Ann Majeske
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Re: the output of verify

The physical contents of a file (inode, or ino) normally has one link to it, the directory entry for the file name. If multiple names have been linked to the same physical contents via a hard link (see "man ln") there will be an additional link for each additional name. You can use "ls -l" to see the number of links for each file in a directory. Each directory normally has two links to it, the directory itself and the parent directory. The messages are telling you that the link counts in the inodes themselves are different than the number of links found to the inode.
h_31
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Re: the output of verify

Thank you.