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99.9% of the time the reason this happens is because one or more files have been deleted, but there is a process which is still writing to the old file handle. When a program wants to perform I/O operations on a file, it asks the kernel "hey kernel, I would like to access the file /bla.txt and I want to be able to read and write to it". The kernel then ...
I can only think of two reasons: a rootkit infection; filesystem curruption. Use dd to dump your partition to a removable/network disk and mount/check it elsewhere. You may get a few inconsistencies while dumping but a great chance is they will be fixable easily.
fix my problem recompile the kernel without EXT3 fs and now kernel calls the EXT4-fs but why with EXT3 and EXT4 the kernel calls EXT3-fs ???
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