Submitter : cattelan *Status : closed
Assigned Engineer : nb *Fixed By : lord
*Fixed By Domain : sgi.com *Closed Date : 11/21/00
Priority : 2 *Modified Date : 11/21/00
*Modified User : lord *Modified User Domain : sgi.com
*Fix Description :
From: steve lord <lord@xxxxxxx> (TAKE)
Date: Nov 21 2000 02:30:03AM
[pvnews version: 1.71]
Date: Tue Nov 21 02:24:08 PST 2000
The following file(s) were checked into:
linux/fs/pagebuf/page_buf_io.c - 1.36
- Final version of the fix for the corruption problem, do the in place
extent conversion during the write call, but do not overwrite the bmap
being used by the top half of the write path.
Linux XFS may corrupt file system when disk si filled.
Very large write requests causes portions of the user data IO path
to continue writing beyond the end of an allocted extent thus over-writting
the start of the next AG.
This usally show up as trashed secondary super blocks and probably
other data structures in the AG.