The -move will move any existing good blocks (salvaging the file's
remains) under the specified file, to /lost+found/. This is regular
behavior. To get rid of a corrupt file entirely, a -delete or an -rm
-skipTrash is normally required.
On Sat, Sep 14, 2013 at 12:26 AM, alex bohr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have some corrupt blocks that I want to move to lost+found and work on
> recovering from the good blocks.
> So I ran
> hadoop fsck /my/bad/filepath -move
> And it copied a bunch of files to lost+found/my/bad/filepath. But the
> corrupt files are still at /my/bad/filepath.
> Is that expected? I thought fsck should Move not Copy the corrupt files.
> ... I then ran fsck /my/bad/filepath -delete and it deleted the bad file so
> it's all fine, but that seems unnecessary.
> I'm on CDH3u5.