Mount/Write to USB drive causes kernel panic in fat.c
|Reported by:||andrewz||Owned by:||nobody|
|Keywords:||assert error in fat.c||Cc:||romain.haiku@…, romain.picard@…|
Mounting or Copying a file from BFS partition to mounted USB drive causes kernel panic.
OS version: Walter 35369 PC info: IBM Thinkpad T30, Intel P4, 512 MB RAM USB drives: 4 GB Sandisk mounted as /SANDISK, 16 GB Corsair mounted as /CORSAIR
After mounting panic message is encountered: assert failed /storage/Build-O-Matic/nightly-uploader/haiku/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/file_systems/fat/fat.c:441:0
If I remove the drive I can exit debugger and recover from the error.
If I install a 16 GB Corsair USB drive, it mounts with no error and I can ls, and copy a file to it. But then a second ls causes the same assert error at line 403, cluster != 0. I can recover from this error also.