This is not looking like an XFS issue.
I downloaded the kdb patch and installed it. My kernel source tree is on an
I've had 2 lockups in the process of trying to compile the new kernel. :(
I'll switch to a different kernel, get kdb compiled in and see what it shows
>> >> On Thu, Dec 05, 2002 at 03:01:21PM -0500, Greg Freemyer wrote:
>> >> > I've just installed the xfs 1.2pre3 kernel on my test server.
>> >> >
>> >> > In the 3 hours I've had it installed, I've had 3 lockups.
>> >> That's not a very good record. What kind of workload are you putting
>> >> them? Are you doing the same thing when they lock up?
>> Yes, I have a backup script that uses LVM snapshots.
>> I have found this to be problematic in the past, so I have been running it
>> by hand, just to see if it will complete.
>> It takes about 5 minutes to do the backup. (The data itself is not
>> changing very much and they are incrementals.)
>> It succeeded the first several times I tried it, but since then I get
>> lockups. (I quit at 3).
>> >> > When these occur I do NOT get an OOPS nor do I get kicked into KDB.
>> >> [...]
>> >> > How do I proceed to troubleshoot from here?
>> >> I don't think KDB is compiled into the kernels. You'll want to grab
>> >> the source and recompile with KDB.
>> You are correct. I am using the vanilla 2.4.19 patched with the 2 patches
>> So I will get the kdb patch and add it in.
>> >> --
>> >> Nate Straz
>> >> sgi, inc
>> >> Linux Test Project
>> Greg Freemyer
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