At 00:31 15-10-2001 -0700, Jeff Davis wrote:
I recently started using XFS on my linux computer for the root
under 2.4.12 (I started using XFS on kernel 2.4.10). Let me say first that I
like the filesystem very much and I really appreciate the great software.
However, occasionally an unnerving message appears upon rebooting my system.
There is no way for me to directly retrieve the message since it didn't
appear in the logs, so I actually copied it by hand using pen/paper and typed
it back out, so there might be slight typos. I included the error message at
the end of this email.
Can you run this output through ksymoops please? This will produce readable
(for developers) output.
I am using linux-2.4.12-xfs-2001-10-11.patch on kernel 2.4.12. I
to know where the problem exists (does it have to do directly with xfs code
or utilities?), and if there is any more useful information I can provide.
What compiler did you use? If you are using redhat 7.x please use kgcc (gcc
The subsequent remounting upon reboot causes XFS to go into
recovery mode. I
don't notice any problems afterward.
Because it was not cleanly unmounted this is standard behaviour.
Every program has two purposes one for which
it was written and another for which it wasn't
I use the last kind.