On Mittwoch, 20. Februar 2008 Tom Lane wrote:
> 5. Figure out why a simple power failure was able to do this to you,
> and fix it. The most likely bet is that your disk drives are lying
> about write completion ... see the PG archives for discussion.
It could be a caching RAID controller without battery backup unit.
Nothing help you in a power failure then, except a good backup.
Had this with a customer - no more filesystem after reboot...
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