The controller we use is 3Ware Escalade 7850.
Thanks for help, I used suggestion to mount xfs with -nouuid
and at least we are able now to make a backup and them will think
about upgrade of XFS.
On Tue, 17 Sep 2002, Seth Mos wrote:
> At 12:01 16-9-2002 -0500, vkuznet wrote:
> >we do have 3Ware RAID machine where XFS is using.
> >After unexpected reboot we cannot longer mount our XFS filesystem.
> >Here the /var/log/messages
> >Sep 16 11:28:26 hermes-clued0 kernel: 3w-xxxx: scsi0: AEN: SMART threshold
> >exceeded: Port #6.
> >Sep 16 11:31:28 hermes-clued0 kernel: XFS: Filesystem has duplicate UUID -
> >can't mount
> I don't know about a 3ware controllers but I'd say the smart on the disk on
> port 6 is telling the controller that it's going bad.
> Better check. xfs_repair might be able to fix your filesystem.
> What 3ware controller are you using?
> >Any idea how to fix the problem.
> >We do have
> >Linux hermes-clued0 2.4.17-0.4XFSsmp #1 SMP Tue Mar 12 14:18:33 CST 2002
> >i686 unknown
> >patched kernel with XFS.
> Can you upgrade to something more recent please. You definitely want the
> XFS 1.1 release or later. Use CVS or the split patches if you want newer
> then 2.4.18.
> It might just be your lucky day, if you only knew.