>> I'm seeing some irregulars halts on one of my XFS volume (/srv). I
>> can only use umount -l to dismount the volume or do a hot reboot.
>> Dec 9 15:47:25 smbserver kernel: xfs_force_shutdown(md(9,5),0x8)
>> called from line 1039 of file xfs_trans.c. Return address =
>> Dec 9 15:47:25 smbserver kernel: Corruption of in-memory data
>> detected. Shutting down filesystem: md(9,5)
>> Dec 9 15:47:25 smbserver kernel: Please umount the filesystem, and
>> rectify the problem(s)
>> I'm not sure if the disk has problems, but during boot up there's no
>> error found by fsck. The stall sometime occurs in weeks and
>> sometimes few times per day. So I really doubt if this a disk
>> problem. Is there any way I can trace or perhaps fix this? BTW, if I
>> want to manually force a disk check
> I think you might have a memory problem. Try memtest86. Some people
> don't see the problems with other filesystems. I have seen a number
> of cases already where bad memory only showed up with XFS filesystems.
I did try memtest86, but found no problem. I even swapped brand new RAM. Is
there more info I can provide?