Ok, I ran the test and it still fails. xfs_repair must be run after
growing the volume 1 time. While that saves me from having to worry about
destroying my data, it's not a fully acceptable fix. I'll try this again
with the b6 tools, but I seriously doubt that it will work.
Systems Architect, CCNA
On Fri, 18 May 2001, Austin Gonyou wrote:
> After running an xfs_repair, that FS seems to be all good in general now.
> I'm going to perform one more test. In this test I'll blow away the
> volume, recreate it as a 6GB volume, run xfs_repair immediately, mount,
> then extend, grow, repeat. I'll post results and specifications when done.
> Thanks for helping guys!