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SubjectRe: XFS breakage in 2.6.18-rc1
I did try the xfs_repair 2.8.4 for a volume running on 2.6.17.4 and it 
annihilated the volume. This volume was not showing signs of crashing.
So... I guess I would certainly not run xfs_repair unless there is good
reason.

--
Jeffrey Hundstad
PS. ...yes, I had a recent backup ;-)

Mattias Hedenskog wrote:
>> That looks like the death knell of my /, which succumbed on Friday as
>> a result (I believe) of the corruption bug that was in 2.6.16/17.
>> Ironically enough, I also saw the problem during an aptitude upgrade.
>
> Hi all,
>
> I just want to confirm this bug as well and unfortunately it was my
> system disk too who had to take the hit. Im running 2.6.16 and its
> reproducible in 2.6.17 and 2.6.18-rc1 as well. When I tried to repair
> the fs I got the same error as in the previous post, running xfsprogs
> 2.8.4. I haven't had the time to debug this issue further because the
> box is quite critical but I'll keep an eye on the other disks on the
> system still running xfs.
>
> Regards,
> Mattias Hedenskog
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