Apparently this can be caused by a buggy SuSE kernel.
Is that your problem by chance?
>> I'm running an XFS system on all partitions on a Linux system. The
>> partitions are on a RAID 5 array. I have a spare partition that I wanted
>> copy /, /usr, /home over to. I started with the /, /usr, /home partitions
>> mounted and did
>> xfsdump -J - / | xfsrestore -J - /mnt/newsystem
>> where / is my root partition (the source) and /mnt/newsystem is the
>> that has the filesystem I'm copying TO (the target). Both are mounted
>> the process.
>> This copied over some files, but not all. For example, in my usr/bin
>> directory on /mnt/newsystem I'm missing vim while it does exist on
>> I'm also missing some /bin commands.
>> Any ideas on what's going wrong here. The messages indicate that it
>> succesfully but I'm missing files.
>> Thank you.
>> Brett I. Holcomb
>> AKA Grunt <><