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SubjectRe: XFS Oopses with 2.4.5 and 2.4.14?
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Am Mittwoch, 28. November 2001 15:57 schrieb Pascal Haakmat:
> Given the following Oopses, is it wise to continue running the XFS
> filesystem, or might there be some other underlying problem that is
> causing these Oopses?
>
> Kernel 2.4.5 + XFS 1.0.1:
>
> Nov 25 07:28:23 awacs kernel: Unable to handle kernel paging request at
[...]

I had these problems in the past with a inconsitent XFS Filesystem, I'd
recommend to run xfs_repair on your XFS filesystems, using a external
Rescue CD - bootdisk/bootCD. If you have none handy, drop me a mail.

The fs-troubles on my server was arising using a Highend-Caching
controller (ICP-Vortex), and not flushing the cache before power down.
After several power downs the XFS had headaches, and I had such
kernel-oops.

mfG
Jojo

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