When I run checkfs I always get "[n] blocks could be freed"
|Reported by:||Giova84||Owned by:||axeld|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
Since i upgraded from hrev50141 to hrev50326, I noticed a strange behaviour with checkfs: every time that I run this command I always get "60127 blocks could be freed" (I could be wrong about "60127" but I can recall that was a great number), So i reinitialized my bfs partition and I installed over to the freshly reinitialized partition, my whole backup (my backup disk relies on another BFS partition on the same disk and such partition is healty.)
However, since I restored my system, I got again the same message about [n] blocks could be freed:
checkfs -c /boot
5200 nodes checked, 0 blocks not allocated, 0 blocks already set, 906 blocks could be freed
Every time that I run checkfs (with or without "c" flag) I always get, again, "906 blocks could be freed" I never see any other error; if I look at the syslog, in facts, I don't see any "bad data" message.
However I attach my syslog (I removed the optical drive due the ticket:12634, because due this bug the syslog was filled with the same message).