At 20:55 25-10-2002 +1000, Eyal Lebedinsky wrote:
This is at the office. An SMP (2xAthlon MP 2000) machine with
The fs is exported via NFA and it was forced down when a user
(on another machine) was deleting files off NFS.
The kernel was build from CVS (linux-2.4-xfs) as of last
weekend (19/20 Oct). We dropped back to a version a few
months old which was used well on another, similar machine.
xfs_force_shutdown(sd(8,0),0x8) called from line 1042 of file
xfs_trans.c. Return address = 0xf88ddfb7
Corruption of in-memory data detected. Shutting down filesystem:
Please umount the filesystem, and rectify the problem(s)
The system mounted OK after a reboot. Should I check or
fix the fs now?
That might be a very wise thing to do. Check first, then fix.
Sometimes this sort of failure could have generated a problem which would
only show later and probably produce a oops.
It might just be your lucky day, if you only knew.