Originally Posted by netllama
You referenced filesystem corruption, whereas the LKML posts are not filesystem corruption, but rather file corruption. You've not provided any additional information to suggest that you're hitting the same issue as in the LKML posts. Are you seeing file corruption or filesystem corruption or both? Please provide detailed instructions on how can I reproduce the problem(s) that you initially reported.
It is true, that none of us at lkml reported filesystem corruption. But it is not sure that this wouldn't happen. The corruption occurs so rarely that file corruption is simply more likely thant filesystem corruption.