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SubjectRe: XFS internal error xfs_da_do_buf(2) at line 2087 of file fs/xfs/xfs_da_btree.c. Caller 0xc01b00bd
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David Chinner wrote:

> Ok, so an ipsec change. And I see from the history below it
> really has nothing to do with this problem. it seems the problem
> has something to do with changes between 2.6.19.1 and 2.6.19.2.

indeed. Yesterday at 13:00 I have switched from 2.6.19.1 to 2.6.19.2
(without the ipsec fix) and at about 17:30 linux has crashed again.
I have recompiled 2.6.19.2 with all kernel debugging options enabled
and rebooted. Now I'm waiting for the crash...

> There were no changes to XFS between 2.6.19.1 and 2.6.19.2,
> so I'm thinking that your problems are related to something
> other than XFS. Can you do a git bisect to determine what the
> bad patch is?

Ok, monday morning I will try to do a git bisect. I just want tell you
that this machine is a firewall (3 nic) + ipsec gateway (openswan) +
http proxy (squid). I think that the problem is related to the networking.
I have other 2.6.19/2.6.20 linux boxes acting as proftpd/samba/sendmail
without any problem.

>> > Can you run xfs_repair on that filesystem and see if reports
>> > (and fixes) any problems?
>>
>> I don't need to run xfs_repair to fix the problem,
>
> Except that the trigger might be on-disk corruption so we
> need to rule that out first.

Ok I will run xfs_repair and post results.

>> I only unplug the power cable and reboot the system,
>> xfs filesystem are correctly mounted.
>> However tell me if I must run xfs_repair to check
>> the filesystem.
>
> Yes, you need to run xfs_repair.

ok , thanks a lot for the feedback.

PS: I'm running slackware 11 with xfsprogs-2.8.10. Are they fine
or should I upgrade?
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