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SubjectRe: XFS crashed twice, once in 2.6.16.20, next in 2.6.17, reproducable
On Tue, Jun 20, 2006 at 01:20:39AM -0700, Avuton Olrich wrote:
> On 6/19/06, Nathan Scott <nathans@sgi.com> wrote:
> > No - its in CVS (for a long time); I'll go get the ftp area updated,
> > looks like thats been forgotten about again.

FWIW, I've updated the ftp area now.

> OK, just compiled from CVS HEAD (xfs_repair 2.8.2) and it still fails:

Is this a large filesystem? Any chance we can get access to
it somehow (e.g. xfs_copy to a sparse file, then send me a
pointer to it) to reproduce the problem locally?

> fatal error -- can't read block 16777216 for directory inode
> 1507133580

Once you save a copy of it for further analysis of xfs_repair,
if you can, you can clear out this problem by directly poking at
the device using xfs_db in expert mode. "xfs_db -x /dev/xxx";
then "inode 1507133580"; then "write core.mode 0"; and then try
another xfs_repair run. Please try capture the fs for us first
though (if possible) else we're going to struggle to improve on
this aspect of xfs_repair. Send me some private mail if you do
manage to grab the fs and put it someplace for me.

thanks.

--
Nathan
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