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SubjectRe: Invalidate: busy buffer at shutdown with 2.4.11


On Wednesday, October 10, 2001 09:18:39 AM -0700 "Jeffrey W. Baker" <jwbaker@acm.org> wrote:

> What does this message mean in 2.4.11 at shutdown time:
>
> Invalidate: busy buffer
>
> I'm afraid it means "now your RAID is fucked."

No, it means someone called invalidate_buffers on a device that still
had buffers in use. This happened with older kernels too, 2.4.11
just complains on the console now.

The in use buffers are left alone, your raid should be fine.

-chris

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