I am new to XFS and this list. Great initiative.
I tried the following:
mkfs.xfs /dev/hdb4 -r size=1g,extsize=65536,rtdev=/dev/hdb3 -f
i.e. setting up an XFS filesystem on /dev/hdb4 with a real-time section on
/dev/hdb3. Mkfs says it's happy about it.
But when I try to mount, I get the following response (whereas mounting an
XFS without a real-time section will go just fine):
iep:/usr/include/linux# mount /dev/hdb4
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/hdb4,
or too many mounted file systems
Isn't that a pity! Is this an unsupported feature? The header
files seem to do all the necessary ioctl() calls to open a file
as part of the real-time section...
How much work would it be to implement the feature, if it is
indeed missing? We'd be prepared to put some effort into this.
dr Annius V. Groenink
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