This is already the second time it happens to me... :-((
Do you have any clue why this can happen ? Are you aware of any way of
avoiding this problem or have an automatic recovery procedure ? Is it a
known bug ?
I'm deliveing this machine to a client and it's pretty inconveniant
for me to go back every time he has a power failoure...
Does exist a rescure disk for sparc with xfs and raid compiled in (or is
there any documentation how to build one without a sparc machine ...
cross compiling anyone ? ) ?
tnx for your help,
On Wed, May 28, 2003 at 07:35:30PM -0600, Michael Loftis wrote:
> I just had this happen on a large-ish (150+Gb) array. Had nothing to do
> with RAID. You have to boot rescue disk and use xfs_repair. You may have
> to zero the logfile. Also note that if oyu're using quotas it might go off
> and re-figure everyones quota's at mount time which takes a long time.
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