I can read from my disks fine; however, writes seem to get corrupted.
Data as well as meta-data are affected by the problem.
I don't know.
1) Downloaded boot floppies and bindist.
2) Install on drive 0; Reboot from sd0 and kernel panics right after
stating memory size. Reboot a couple of times; always get the same
3) Reinstall on drive 0; get a different panic. Subsequent reboot
cause the new and improved panic.
4) Install 2.0R floppies (keeping SNAP bootblocks) and then install
the SNAP bindist (which is on sd1). On reboot, the kernel boots fine,
/etc/rc runs, I get a login prompt.
5) Run do_cksum.sh on SNAP bindist on sd1. It runs with no errors.
6) Copy bindist from sd1 to sd0 and run do_cksum.sh on sd0 (copy)
bindist. Half the files are corrupt. Re-run do_cksum.sh on the sd1
(original) bindist. All is well.
7) Reinstall 2.0R on sd0. An analysis of sd1 shows that the
filesystem has been corrupted. A file was rm'ed under the SNAP kernel.
Does not appear to be present in 2.1 or -current (at least no bug reports).